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Improve error handling in "fossil sqlite" command ".tables". Cherry-pick from SQLite trunk. check-in: 5c9aecae user: jan.nijtmans tags: trunk
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        if(!TestApp.verbose) return;
        print("ERROR: "+WhAjaj.stringify(opt));
    };
    cb.onResponse = function(resp,req){
        if(!TestApp.verbose) return;
        print("GOT RESPONSE: "+(('string'===typeof resp) ? resp : WhAjaj.stringify(resp)));
    };
    
})();

/**
    Throws an exception of cond is a falsy value.
*/
function assert(cond, descr){
    descr = descr || "Undescribed condition.";
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}
testHAI.description = 'Get server version info.';

function testIAmNobody(){
    TestApp.fossil.whoami('/json/whoami');
    assert('nobody' === TestApp.fossil.auth.name, 'User == nobody.' );
    assert(!TestApp.fossil.auth.authToken, 'authToken is not set.' );
   
}
testIAmNobody.description = 'Ensure that current user is "nobody".';


function testAnonymousLogin(){
    TestApp.fossil.login();
    assert('string' === typeof TestApp.fossil.auth.authToken, 'authToken = '+TestApp.fossil.auth.authToken);
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    osb.write(json,0, json.length);
    osb.close();
    req = json = outs = osr = osb = undefined;
    var ins = p.getInputStream();
    var isr = new java.io.InputStreamReader(ins);
    var br = new java.io.BufferedReader(isr);
    var line;
    
    while( null !== (line=br.readLine())){
        print(line);
    }
    br.close();
    isr.close();
    ins.close();
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        if(!TestApp.verbose) return;
        print("ERROR: "+WhAjaj.stringify(opt));
    };
    cb.onResponse = function(resp,req){
        if(!TestApp.verbose) return;
        print("GOT RESPONSE: "+(('string'===typeof resp) ? resp : WhAjaj.stringify(resp)));
    };

})();

/**
    Throws an exception of cond is a falsy value.
*/
function assert(cond, descr){
    descr = descr || "Undescribed condition.";
................................................................................
}
testHAI.description = 'Get server version info.';

function testIAmNobody(){
    TestApp.fossil.whoami('/json/whoami');
    assert('nobody' === TestApp.fossil.auth.name, 'User == nobody.' );
    assert(!TestApp.fossil.auth.authToken, 'authToken is not set.' );

}
testIAmNobody.description = 'Ensure that current user is "nobody".';


function testAnonymousLogin(){
    TestApp.fossil.login();
    assert('string' === typeof TestApp.fossil.auth.authToken, 'authToken = '+TestApp.fossil.auth.authToken);
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    osb.write(json,0, json.length);
    osb.close();
    req = json = outs = osr = osb = undefined;
    var ins = p.getInputStream();
    var isr = new java.io.InputStreamReader(ins);
    var br = new java.io.BufferedReader(isr);
    var line;

    while( null !== (line=br.readLine())){
        print(line);
    }
    br.close();
    isr.close();
    ins.close();
    p.waitFor();

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<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN"
	"http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd">
<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en">

<head>
	<title>Fossil/JSON raw request sending</title>
	<meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" />
    <script type="text/javascript" src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.6.4/jquery.min.js"></script> 
    <script type="text/javascript" src="js/whajaj.js"></script>
    <script type="text/javascript" src="js/fossil-ajaj.js"></script>

<style type='text/css'>
th {
  text-align: left;
  background-color: #ececec;  
}

.dangerWillRobinson {
    background-color: yellow;
}
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<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN"
	"http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd">
<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en">

<head>
	<title>Fossil/JSON raw request sending</title>
	<meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" />
    <script type="text/javascript" src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.6.4/jquery.min.js"></script>
    <script type="text/javascript" src="js/whajaj.js"></script>
    <script type="text/javascript" src="js/fossil-ajaj.js"></script>

<style type='text/css'>
th {
  text-align: left;
  background-color: #ececec;
}

.dangerWillRobinson {
    background-color: yellow;
}
</style>

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<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN"
	"http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd">
<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en">

<head>
	<title>Fossil/JSON Wiki Editor Prototype</title>
	<meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" />
    <script type="text/javascript" src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.4.2/jquery.min.js"></script> 
    <script type="text/javascript" src="js/whajaj.js"></script>
    <script type="text/javascript" src="js/fossil-ajaj.js"></script>

<style type='text/css'>
th {
  text-align: left;
  background-color: #ececec;  
}

.dangerWillRobinson {
    background-color: yellow;
}

.wikiPageLink {
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    TheApp.refreshPageListView = function(){
        var list = (function(){
            var k, v, li = [];
            for( k in TheApp.pages ){
                if(!TheApp.pages.hasOwnProperty(k)) continue;
                li.push(k);
            }
            return li;                
        })();
        var i, p, a, tgt = TheApp.jqe.pageListArea;
        tgt.text('');
        function makeLink(name){
            var link = jQuery('<span></span>');
            link.text(name);
            link.addClass('wikiPageLink');
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See also: <a href='index.html'>main test page</a>.

<br>
<b>Login:</b>
<br/>
<input type='button' value='Anon. Login' onclick='TheApp.cgi.login()' />
or: 
name:<input type='text' id='textUser' value='json-demo' size='12'/>
pw:<input type='password' id='textPassword' value='json-demo' size='12'/>
<input type='button' value='login' onclick='TheApp.cgi.login(jQuery("#textUser").val(),jQuery("#textPassword").val(),{onResponse:TheApp.onLogin})' />
<input type='button' value='logout' onclick='TheApp.cgi.logout()' />

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<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN"
	"http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd">
<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en">

<head>
	<title>Fossil/JSON Wiki Editor Prototype</title>
	<meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" />
    <script type="text/javascript" src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.4.2/jquery.min.js"></script>
    <script type="text/javascript" src="js/whajaj.js"></script>
    <script type="text/javascript" src="js/fossil-ajaj.js"></script>

<style type='text/css'>
th {
  text-align: left;
  background-color: #ececec;
}

.dangerWillRobinson {
    background-color: yellow;
}

.wikiPageLink {
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    TheApp.refreshPageListView = function(){
        var list = (function(){
            var k, v, li = [];
            for( k in TheApp.pages ){
                if(!TheApp.pages.hasOwnProperty(k)) continue;
                li.push(k);
            }
            return li;
        })();
        var i, p, a, tgt = TheApp.jqe.pageListArea;
        tgt.text('');
        function makeLink(name){
            var link = jQuery('<span></span>');
            link.text(name);
            link.addClass('wikiPageLink');
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See also: <a href='index.html'>main test page</a>.

<br>
<b>Login:</b>
<br/>
<input type='button' value='Anon. Login' onclick='TheApp.cgi.login()' />
or:
name:<input type='text' id='textUser' value='json-demo' size='12'/>
pw:<input type='password' id='textPassword' value='json-demo' size='12'/>
<input type='button' value='login' onclick='TheApp.cgi.login(jQuery("#textUser").val(),jQuery("#textPassword").val(),{onResponse:TheApp.onLogin})' />
<input type='button' value='logout' onclick='TheApp.cgi.logout()' />

<br/>
<span id='currentAuthToken' style='font-family:monospaced'></span>

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# Markdown formatting rules

In addition to its native Wiki formatting syntax, Fossil supports Markdown syntax as specified by 
[John Gruber's original Markdown implementation](http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/). 
For lots of examples - not repeated here - please refer to its 
[syntax description](http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/syntax), of which the page you
are reading is an extract.

This page itself uses Markdown formatting.

## Summary

  - Block elements

      * A **paragraph** is a group of consecutive lines. Paragraphs are separated by blank lines.

      * A **Header** is a line of text underlined with equal signs or hyphens, or prefixed by a 
        number of hash marks.

      * **Block quotes** are blocks of text prefixed by '>'.

      * **Ordered list** items are prefixed by a number and a period. **Unordered list** items
        are prefixed by a hyphen, asterisk or plus sign. Prefix and item text are separated by
        whitespace. 

      * **Code blocks** are formed by lines of text (possibly including empty lines) prefixed by
        at least 4 spaces or a tab.

      * A **horizontal rule** is a line consisting of 3 or more asterisks, hyphens or underscores,
        with optional whitespace between them.

................................................................................
  - Span elements

      * 3 types of **links** exist:

        - **automatic links** are URLs or email addresses enclosed in angle brackets
          ('<' and '>'), and are displayed as such.

        - **inline links** consist of the displayed link text in square brackets ('[' and ']'), 
          followed by the link target in parentheses. 

        - **reference links** separate _link instance_ from _link definition_. A link instance 
          consists of the displayed link text in square brackets, followed by a link definition name 
          in square brackets. 
          The corresponding link definition can occur anywhere on the page, and consists
          of the link definition name in square brackets followed by a colon, whitespace and the 
          link target.

      * **Emphasis** can be given by wrapping text in one or two asterisks or underscores - use
        one for HTML `<em>`, and two for `<strong>` emphasis.

      * A **code span** is text wrapped in backticks ('`').

      * **Images** use a syntax much like inline or reference links, but with alt attribute text 
        ('img alt=...') instead of link text, and the first pair of square
        brackets in an image instance prefixed by an exclamation mark.

  - **Inline HTML** is mostly interpreted automatically.

  - **Escaping** Markdown punctuation characters is done by prefixing them by a backslash ('\\').

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level.

### Block quotes

Not every line in a paragraph needs to be prefixed by '>' in order to make it a block quote,
only the first line.

Block quoted paragraphs can be nested by using multiple '>' characters as prefix. 

Within a block quote, Markdown formatting (e.g. lists, emphasis) still works as normal.

### Lists

A list item prefix need not occur first on its line; up to 3 leading spaces are allowed
(4 spaces would make a code block out of the following text).

For unordered lists, asterisks, hyphens and plus signs can be used interchangeably.

For ordered lists, arbitrary numbers can be used as part of an item prefix; the items will be 
renumbered during rendering. However, future implementations may demand that the number used 
for the first item in a list indicates an offset to be used for subsequent items.

For list items spanning multiple lines, subsequent lines can be indented using an arbitrary amount
of whitespace.

List items will be wrapped in HTML `<p>` tags if they are separated by blank lines.

A list item may span multiple paragraphs. At least the first line of each such paragraph must 
be indented using at least 4 spaces or a tab character.

Block quotes within list items must have their '>' delimiters indented using 4 up to 7 spaces.

Code blocks within list items need to be indented _twice_, that is, using 8 spaces or 2 tab
characters.

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Regular Markdown syntax is not processed within code blocks.

### Links

#### Automatic links

When rendering automatic links to email addresses, HTML encoding obfuscation is used to 
prevent some spambots from harvesting.

#### Inline links

Links to resources on the same server can use relative paths (i.e. can start with a '/').

An optional title for the link (e.g. to have mouseover text in the browser) may be given behind 
the link target but within the parentheses, in single and double quotes, and separated from the 
link target by whitespace. 

#### Reference links

> Each reference link consists of 
>
>   - one or more _link instances_ at appropriate locations in the page text
>   - a single _link definition_ at an arbitrary location on the page
> 
> During rendering, each link instance is resolved, and the corresponding definition is
> filled in. No separate link definition clauses occur in the rendered output.
> 
> There are 3 fields involved in link instances and definitions:
>
>   - link text (i.e. the text that is displayed at the resulting link)
>   - link definition name (i.e. an unique ID binding link instances to link definition)
>   - link target (a target URL for the link)

Multiple link instances may reference the same link definition using its link definition
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side of emphasis start or end punctuation characters.

### Code spans

To include a literal backtick character in a code span, use multiple backticks as opening and
closing delimiters.

Whitespace may exist immediately after the opening delimiter and before the closing delimiter 
of a code span, to allow for code fragments starting or ending with a backtick.

Within a code span - like within a code block - angle brackets and ampersands are automatically encoded to make including
HTML fragments easier.

### Images

If necessary, HTML must be used to specify image dimensions. Markdown has no provision for this.

### Inline HTML

Start and end tags of 
a HTML block level construct (`<div>`, `<table>` etc) must be separated from surrounding
context using blank lines, and must both occur at the start of a line.

No extra unwanted `<p>` HTML tags are added around HTML block level tags.

Markdown formatting within HTML block level tags is not processed; however, formatting within 
span level tags (e.g. `<mark>`) is processed normally.

### Escaping Markdown punctuation

The following punctuation characters can be escaped using backslash:

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# Markdown formatting rules

In addition to its native Wiki formatting syntax, Fossil supports Markdown syntax as specified by
[John Gruber's original Markdown implementation](http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/).
For lots of examples - not repeated here - please refer to its
[syntax description](http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/syntax), of which the page you
are reading is an extract.

This page itself uses Markdown formatting.

## Summary

  - Block elements

      * A **paragraph** is a group of consecutive lines. Paragraphs are separated by blank lines.

      * A **Header** is a line of text underlined with equal signs or hyphens, or prefixed by a
        number of hash marks.

      * **Block quotes** are blocks of text prefixed by '>'.

      * **Ordered list** items are prefixed by a number and a period. **Unordered list** items
        are prefixed by a hyphen, asterisk or plus sign. Prefix and item text are separated by
        whitespace.

      * **Code blocks** are formed by lines of text (possibly including empty lines) prefixed by
        at least 4 spaces or a tab.

      * A **horizontal rule** is a line consisting of 3 or more asterisks, hyphens or underscores,
        with optional whitespace between them.

................................................................................
  - Span elements

      * 3 types of **links** exist:

        - **automatic links** are URLs or email addresses enclosed in angle brackets
          ('<' and '>'), and are displayed as such.

        - **inline links** consist of the displayed link text in square brackets ('[' and ']'),
          followed by the link target in parentheses.

        - **reference links** separate _link instance_ from _link definition_. A link instance
          consists of the displayed link text in square brackets, followed by a link definition name
          in square brackets.
          The corresponding link definition can occur anywhere on the page, and consists
          of the link definition name in square brackets followed by a colon, whitespace and the
          link target.

      * **Emphasis** can be given by wrapping text in one or two asterisks or underscores - use
        one for HTML `<em>`, and two for `<strong>` emphasis.

      * A **code span** is text wrapped in backticks ('`').

      * **Images** use a syntax much like inline or reference links, but with alt attribute text
        ('img alt=...') instead of link text, and the first pair of square
        brackets in an image instance prefixed by an exclamation mark.

  - **Inline HTML** is mostly interpreted automatically.

  - **Escaping** Markdown punctuation characters is done by prefixing them by a backslash ('\\').

................................................................................
level.

### Block quotes

Not every line in a paragraph needs to be prefixed by '>' in order to make it a block quote,
only the first line.

Block quoted paragraphs can be nested by using multiple '>' characters as prefix.

Within a block quote, Markdown formatting (e.g. lists, emphasis) still works as normal.

### Lists

A list item prefix need not occur first on its line; up to 3 leading spaces are allowed
(4 spaces would make a code block out of the following text).

For unordered lists, asterisks, hyphens and plus signs can be used interchangeably.

For ordered lists, arbitrary numbers can be used as part of an item prefix; the items will be
renumbered during rendering. However, future implementations may demand that the number used
for the first item in a list indicates an offset to be used for subsequent items.

For list items spanning multiple lines, subsequent lines can be indented using an arbitrary amount
of whitespace.

List items will be wrapped in HTML `<p>` tags if they are separated by blank lines.

A list item may span multiple paragraphs. At least the first line of each such paragraph must
be indented using at least 4 spaces or a tab character.

Block quotes within list items must have their '>' delimiters indented using 4 up to 7 spaces.

Code blocks within list items need to be indented _twice_, that is, using 8 spaces or 2 tab
characters.

................................................................................

Regular Markdown syntax is not processed within code blocks.

### Links

#### Automatic links

When rendering automatic links to email addresses, HTML encoding obfuscation is used to
prevent some spambots from harvesting.

#### Inline links

Links to resources on the same server can use relative paths (i.e. can start with a '/').

An optional title for the link (e.g. to have mouseover text in the browser) may be given behind
the link target but within the parentheses, in single and double quotes, and separated from the
link target by whitespace.

#### Reference links

> Each reference link consists of
>
>   - one or more _link instances_ at appropriate locations in the page text
>   - a single _link definition_ at an arbitrary location on the page
>
> During rendering, each link instance is resolved, and the corresponding definition is
> filled in. No separate link definition clauses occur in the rendered output.
>
> There are 3 fields involved in link instances and definitions:
>
>   - link text (i.e. the text that is displayed at the resulting link)
>   - link definition name (i.e. an unique ID binding link instances to link definition)
>   - link target (a target URL for the link)

Multiple link instances may reference the same link definition using its link definition
................................................................................
side of emphasis start or end punctuation characters.

### Code spans

To include a literal backtick character in a code span, use multiple backticks as opening and
closing delimiters.

Whitespace may exist immediately after the opening delimiter and before the closing delimiter
of a code span, to allow for code fragments starting or ending with a backtick.

Within a code span - like within a code block - angle brackets and ampersands are automatically encoded to make including
HTML fragments easier.

### Images

If necessary, HTML must be used to specify image dimensions. Markdown has no provision for this.

### Inline HTML

Start and end tags of
a HTML block level construct (`<div>`, `<table>` etc) must be separated from surrounding
context using blank lines, and must both occur at the start of a line.

No extra unwanted `<p>` HTML tags are added around HTML block level tags.

Markdown formatting within HTML block level tags is not processed; however, formatting within
span level tags (e.g. `<mark>`) is processed normally.

### Escaping Markdown punctuation

The following punctuation characters can be escaped using backslash:

  - \\   backslash

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# individuals.  For exact contribution history, see the revision
# history and logs, available at http://fossil-scm.hwaci.com/fossil
# # ## ### ##### ######## ############# #####################

## Helper application, debugging of cvs2fossil. This application
## extracts all information about a changeset and writes it nicely
## formatted to stdout. The changeset is specified by its internal
## numerical id. 

# # ## ### ##### ######## ############# #####################
## Requirements, extended package management for local packages.

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## numerical id.

# # ## ### ##### ######## ############# #####################
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	foreach item [array names limits] {
	    set mins $minsa($item)
	    set maxp $maxp($item)
	    # Note that for the min successor position "" represents
	    # +infinity
	    integrity assert {
		($mins eq "") || ($maxp < $mins) 
	    } {Item <$item> is backward at file level ($maxp >= $mins)}
	}

	# Save the limits for the splitter, and compute the border at
	# which to split as the minimum of all minimal successor
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	foreach item [array names limits] {
	    set mins $minsa($item)
	    set maxp $maxp($item)
	    # Note that for the min successor position "" represents
	    # +infinity
	    integrity assert {
		($mins eq "") || ($maxp < $mins)
	    } {Item <$item> is backward at file level ($maxp >= $mins)}
	}

	# Save the limits for the splitter, and compute the border at
	# which to split as the minimum of all minimal successor
	# positions.

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    typevariable mytchangesets -array {
	sym::branch {}
	sym::tag    {}
	rev         {}
    }
					
    typevariable myitemmap     -array {} ; # Map from items (tagged)
					   # to the list of changesets
					   # containing it. Each item
					   # can be used by only one
					   # changeset.
    typevariable myidmap   -array {} ; # Map from changeset id to
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    typevariable mytchangesets -array {
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    typevariable myidmap   -array {} ; # Map from changeset id to
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	variable lcba
	variable lmba
	variable mid

	struct::list assign [minfo] _ _ _ cba _ mba

	set dc [expr $cba - $lcba] ; set lcba $cba	
	set dm [expr $mba - $lmba] ; set lmba $mba	

	# projection: 1          2 3          4 5         6 7          6 8         10
	return "[F [incr mid]] | [F $cba] | [F $dc] | [F $mba] | [F $dm] |=| "
    }

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	variable lmba
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	struct::list assign [minfo] _ _ _ cba _ mba

	set dc [expr $cba - $lcba] ; set lcba $cba
	set dm [expr $mba - $lmba] ; set lmba $mba

	# projection: 1          2 3          4 5         6 7          6 8         10
	return "[F [incr mid]] | [F $cba] | [F $dc] | [F $mba] | [F $dm] |=| "
    }

    proc mark {} {
	variable track ; if {!$track} return

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	{
		push @links,$1;
	}

	$numlinks = $#links;

	if (@links == ()) 
	{
		push @terminals, $page;
	}
	else
	{
		my @internals = grep { $_ !~ /(http:)|(mailto:)|(https:)/ } @links;
		if (@internals == ()) 
		{
			push @nointernals, $page;
		}
		else
		{
			@{$links{$page}{'links'}} = map {my ($a,$b) = split /\|/; $a;} @internals;
			foreach $internal ( @internals )
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{
	print ("badlink: '$link'\n");
}
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	my @links = @{$links{$page}{'links'}};
	if (@links != ()) 
	{
		if ($page eq $mainpage)
		{
			print "links: *** '$page' *** -> ", join (", ", @links), "\n";
		}
		else
		{
			print "links: '$page' -> ", join (", ", @links), "\n";
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	{
		push @links,$1;
	}

	$numlinks = $#links;

	if (@links == ())
	{
		push @terminals, $page;
	}
	else
	{
		my @internals = grep { $_ !~ /(http:)|(mailto:)|(https:)/ } @links;
		if (@internals == ())
		{
			push @nointernals, $page;
		}
		else
		{
			@{$links{$page}{'links'}} = map {my ($a,$b) = split /\|/; $a;} @internals;
			foreach $internal ( @internals )
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	print ("badlink: '$link'\n");
}
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{
	my @links = @{$links{$page}{'links'}};
	if (@links != ())
	{
		if ($page eq $mainpage)
		{
			print "links: *** '$page' *** -> ", join (", ", @links), "\n";
		}
		else
		{
			print "links: '$page' -> ", join (", ", @links), "\n";
		}
	}
}