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Re: onlinedocs/libstdc++ appears stale

On 13 June 2010 23:56, Gerald Pfeifer wrote:
> On Mon, 14 Jun 2010, Gerald Pfeifer wrote:
>>>> Thanks, see /home/gccadmin/scripts/update_web_docs_libstdcxx_svn
>> The script places up-to-date .html.gz files in the web infrastructure,
>> alas we do have older .html there -- and our web server is happy to
>> serve those over the compressed ones.
>> In any case, we surely do not want to have _inconsistent_ versions of
>> the same contents there.
> Any objection to me running the following
> ?find . -name '*.html' | while read f; do
> ? ?g="$f.gz"
> ? ?if [ -e "$g" ] && [ "$f" -ot "$g" ]; then
> ? ? ?echo "$f is older than $g and should be removed."
> ? ?fi
> ?done
> where the echo is replaced by an "rm $f"?
> Currently that has 348 hits in /www/gcc/htdocs/onlinedocs/libstdc++.

That seems like the right thing to do.

I think it will leave some stale files in place, because the output of
generating the html docs creates different filenames sometimes, so
there won't be a new .gz for all the old files.  Those stale files
shouldn't be reachable from any fresh pages.

If you could send me a list of all the files remaining under that dir
after your command, I will let you know which can safely be removed
because they are stale and have been replaced by a new file with a
different name.

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