[Zope] Any good CLI-based tool to suck my Zope site?
Mon, 22 Jul 2002 14:55:57 +0200
At 15:53 21/07/2002 -0400, Quentin Smith wrote:
>I don't have time to figure out why wget isn't working for you, however
>there are 2 ways to export a directory tree. The first is to connect to
>Zope via ftp (put in localhost:8021 into your ftp client). However, that
>will get the source of the documents and not their rendered HTML, which is
>what I suspect you want. If you have a recent version of windows, you can
>add http://localhost:8080/ as a "Web Folder". Then, Zope will appear in
>your Network Neighborhood (or My Network Places). Any files you copy out
>of that location will be complete, rendered documents just as wget would
Thx for the tip, but when I double-click on the folder in NetHood, it
displays the unrendered site, ie. I can objects like standard_html_header
and such. Anyhow, someone else mentionned a HOWTO on using wget correctly,
and it worked, so that's fine for the time being, although it'd be nice if
users could export all or part of a site directly through the ZMI.