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NAME

       linkcheckerrc - configuration file for LinkChecker

DESCRIPTION

       linkcheckerrc  is  the configuration file for LinkChecker.  The file is written in an INI-
       style format.
       The    default    file    location    is     ~/.linkchecker/linkcheckerrc     on     Unix,
       %HOMEPATH%\.linkchecker\linkcheckerrc on Windows systems.

SETTINGS

   [checking]
       cookiefile=filename
              Read  a  file  with  initial  cookie  data.  The cookie data format is explained in
              linkchecker(1).
              Command line option: --cookiefile

       localwebroot=STRING
              When checking absolute URLs inside local files, the given root directory is used as
              base URL.
              Note  that the given directory must have URL syntax, so it must use a slash to join
              directories instead of a backslash.  And the given directory must end with a slash.
              Command line option: none

       nntpserver=STRING
              Specify an NNTP server  for  news:  links.  Default  is  the  environment  variable
              NNTP_SERVER. If no host is given, only the syntax of the link is checked.
              Command line option: --nntp-server

       recursionlevel=NUMBER
              Check  recursively  all  links  up  to  given  depth.  A negative depth will enable
              infinite recursion.  Default depth is infinite.
              Command line option: --recursion-level

       threads=NUMBER
              Generate no more than the given number of threads. Default number of threads is 10.
              To disable threading specify a non-positive number.
              Command line option: --threads

       timeout=NUMBER
              Set  the  timeout  for  connection  attempts  in seconds. The default timeout is 60
              seconds.
              Command line option: --timeout

       aborttimeout=NUMBER
              Time to wait for checks to finish after the user aborts the first time (with Ctrl-C
              or the abort button).  The default abort timeout is 300 seconds.
              Command line option: --timeout

       useragent=STRING
              Specify   the   User-Agent   string  to  send  to  the  HTTP  server,  for  example
              "Mozilla/4.0". The default is "LinkChecker/X.Y" where X.Y is the current version of
              LinkChecker.
              Command line option: --user-agent

       sslverify=[0|1|filename]
              If  set  to  zero  disables  SSL certificate checking.  If set to one (the default)
              enables SSL certificate checking with  the  provided  CA  certificate  file.  If  a
              filename is specified, it will be used as the certificate file.
              Command line option: none

       maxrunseconds=NUMBER
              Stop checking new URLs after the given number of seconds. Same as if the user stops
              (by hitting Ctrl-C) after the given number of seconds.
              The default is not to stop until all URLs are checked.
              Command line option: none

       maxnumurls=NUMBER
              Maximum number of URLs to check. New URLs will not be queued after the given number
              of URLs is checked.
              The default is to queue and check all URLs.
              Command line option: none

       maxrequestspersecond=NUMBER
              Limit the maximum number of requests per second to one host.

       allowedschemes=NAME[,NAME...]
              Allowed URL schemes as comma-separated list.

   [filtering]
       ignore=REGEX (MULTILINE)
              Only check syntax of URLs matching the given regular expressions.
              Command line option: --ignore-url

       ignorewarnings=NAME[,NAME...]
              Ignore the comma-separated list of warnings. See WARNINGS for the list of supported
              warnings.
              Command line option: none

       internlinks=REGEX
              Regular expression to add more URLs recognized as internal links.  Default is  that
              URLs given on the command line are internal.
              Command line option: none

       nofollow=REGEX (MULTILINE)
              Check but do not recurse into URLs matching the given regular expressions.
              Command line option: --no-follow-url

       checkextern=[0|1]
              Check external links. Default is to check internal links only.
              Command line option: --checkextern

   [authentication]
       entry=REGEX USER [PASS] (MULTILINE)
              Provide  different  user/password  pairs  for  different link types.  Entries are a
              triple (URL regex, username, password) or a tuple (URL regex, username), where  the
              entries are separated by whitespace.
              The password is optional and if missing it has to be entered at the commandline.
              If  the regular expression matches the checked URL, the given user/password pair is
              used for authentication. The commandline options -u and -p  match  every  link  and
              therefore  override  the  entries  given here. The first match wins. At the moment,
              authentication is used/needed for http[s] and ftp links.
              Command line option: -u, -p

       loginurl=URL
              A login URL to be visited before checking. Also needs authentication data  set  for
              it.

       loginuserfield=STRING
              The name of the user CGI field. Default name is login.

       loginpasswordfield=STRING
              The name of the password CGI field. Default name is password.

       loginextrafields=NAME:VALUE (MULTILINE)
              Optionally  any  additional  CGI name/value pairs. Note that the default values are
              submitted automatically.

   [output]
       debug=STRING[,STRING...]
              Print debugging output for the given modules.  Available debug modules are cmdline,
              checking,  cache,  dns,  thread,  plugins  and all.  Specifying all is an alias for
              specifying all available loggers.
              Command line option: --debug

       fileoutput=TYPE[,TYPE...]
              Output to a files linkchecker-out.TYPE, $HOME/.linkchecker/blacklist for  blacklist
              output.
              Valid  file output types are text, html, sql, csv, gml, dot, xml, none or blacklist
              Default is no file output. The various output types are documented below. Note that
              you can suppress all console output with output=none.
              Command line option: --file-output

       log=TYPE[/ENCODING]
              Specify  output  type  as  text,  html, sql, csv, gml, dot, xml, none or blacklist.
              Default type is text. The various output types are documented below.
              The ENCODING specifies the output encoding, the default is  that  of  your  locale.
              Valid  encodings are listed at http://docs.python.org/library/codecs.html#standard-
              encodings.
              Command line option: --output

       quiet=[0|1]
              If set, operate quiet. An alias for log=none.  This is only useful with fileoutput.
              Command line option: --verbose

       status=[0|1]
              Control printing check status messages. Default is 1.
              Command line option: --no-status

       verbose=[0|1]
              If set log all checked URLs once. Default is to log only errors and warnings.
              Command line option: --verbose

       warnings=[0|1]
              If set log warnings. Default is to log warnings.
              Command line option: --no-warnings

   [text]
       filename=STRING
              Specify output filename for text logging. Default filename is linkchecker-out.txt.
              Command line option: --file-output=

       parts=STRING
              Comma-separated list of parts that have to be logged.  See LOGGER PARTS below.
              Command line option: none

       encoding=STRING
              Valid encodings are listed in  http://docs.python.org/library/codecs.html#standard-
              encodings.
              Default encoding is iso-8859-15.

       color* Color  settings  for the various log parts, syntax is color or type;color. The type
              can be bold, light, blink, invert.  The color can be default,  black,  red,  green,
              yellow, blue, purple, cyan, white, Black, Red, Green, Yellow, Blue, Purple, Cyan or
              White.
              Command line option: none

       colorparent=STRING
              Set parent color. Default is white.

       colorurl=STRING
              Set URL color. Default is default.

       colorname=STRING
              Set name color. Default is default.

       colorreal=STRING
              Set real URL color. Default is cyan.

       colorbase=STRING
              Set base URL color. Default is purple.

       colorvalid=STRING
              Set valid color. Default is bold;green.

       colorinvalid=STRING
              Set invalid color. Default is bold;red.

       colorinfo=STRING
              Set info color. Default is default.

       colorwarning=STRING
              Set warning color. Default is bold;yellow.

       colordltime=STRING
              Set download time color. Default is default.

       colorreset=STRING
              Set reset color. Default is default.

   [gml]
       filename=STRING
              See [text] section above.

       parts=STRING
              See [text] section above.

       encoding=STRING
              See [text] section above.

   [dot]
       filename=STRING
              See [text] section above.

       parts=STRING
              See [text] section above.

       encoding=STRING
              See [text] section above.

   [csv]
       filename=STRING
              See [text] section above.

       parts=STRING
              See [text] section above.

       encoding=STRING
              See [text] section above.

       separator=CHAR
              Set CSV separator. Default is a comma (,).

       quotechar=CHAR
              Set CSV quote character. Default is a double quote (").

   [sql]
       filename=STRING
              See [text] section above.

       parts=STRING
              See [text] section above.

       encoding=STRING
              See [text] section above.

       dbname=STRING
              Set database name to store into. Default is linksdb.

       separator=CHAR
              Set SQL command separator character. Default is a semicolon (;).

   [html]
       filename=STRING
              See [text] section above.

       parts=STRING
              See [text] section above.

       encoding=STRING
              See [text] section above.

       colorbackground=COLOR
              Set HTML background color. Default is #fff7e5.

       colorurl=
              Set HTML URL color. Default is #dcd5cf.

       colorborder=
              Set HTML border color. Default is #000000.

       colorlink=
              Set HTML link color. Default is #191c83.

       colorwarning=
              Set HTML warning color. Default is #e0954e.

       colorerror=
              Set HTML error color. Default is #db4930.

       colorok=
              Set HTML valid color. Default is #3ba557.

   [blacklist]
       filename=STRING
              See [text] section above.

       encoding=STRING
              See [text] section above.

   [xml]
       filename=STRING
              See [text] section above.

       parts=STRING
              See [text] section above.

       encoding=STRING
              See [text] section above.

   [gxml]
       filename=STRING
              See [text] section above.

       parts=STRING
              See [text] section above.

       encoding=STRING
              See [text] section above.

   [sitemap]
       filename=STRING
              See [text] section above.

       parts=STRING
              See [text] section above.

       encoding=STRING
              See [text] section above.

       priority=FLOAT
              A number between 0.0 and 1.0 determining the priority. The default priority for the
              first URL is 1.0, for all child URLs 0.5.

       frequency=[always|hourly|daily|weekly|monthly|yearly|never]
              How frequently pages are changing.

LOGGER PARTS

        all       (for all parts)
        id        (a unique ID for each logentry)
        realurl   (the full url link)
        result    (valid or invalid, with messages)
        extern    (1 or 0, only in some logger types reported)
        base      (base href=...)
        name      (<a href=...>name</a> and <img alt="name">)
        parenturl (if any)
        info      (some additional info, e.g. FTP welcome messages)
        warning   (warnings)
        dltime    (download time)
        checktime (check time)
        url       (the original url name, can be relative)
        intro     (the blurb at the beginning, "starting at ...")
        outro     (the blurb at the end, "found x errors ...")

MULTILINE

       Some option values can span multiple lines. Each line has to be indented for that to work.
       Lines starting with a hash (#) will be ignored, though they must still be indented.

        ignore=
          lconline
          bookmark
          # a comment
          ^mailto:

EXAMPLE

        [output]
        log=html

        [checking]
        threads=5

        [filtering]
        ignorewarnings=http-moved-permanent

PLUGINS

       All plugins have a separate section. If the section appears in the configuration file  the
       plugin is enabled.  Some plugins read extra options in their section.

   [AnchorCheck]
       Checks validity of HTML anchors.

   [LocationInfo]
       Adds  the  country  and  if  possible  city  name of the URL host as info.  Needs GeoIP or
       pygeoip and a local country or city lookup DB installed.

   [RegexCheck]
       Define a regular expression which prints a warning  if  it  matches  any  content  of  the
       checked link. This applies only to valid pages, so we can get their content.

       warningregex=REGEX
              Use  this  to  check for pages that contain some form of error message, for example
              "This page has moved" or "Oracle Application error". REGEX should be unquoted.

              Note that multiple values can be combined in the regular  expression,  for  example
              "(This page has moved|Oracle Application error)".

   [SslCertificateCheck]
       Check  SSL  certificate  expiration  date.  Only  internal https: links will be checked. A
       domain will only be checked once to avoid duplicate warnings.

       sslcertwarndays=NUMBER
              Configures the expiration warning time in days.

   [HtmlSyntaxCheck]
       Check  the  syntax  of  HTML  pages   with   the   online   W3C   HTML   validator.    See
       http://validator.w3.org/docs/api.html.

   [HttpHeaderInfo]
       Print HTTP headers in URL info.

       prefixes=prefix1[,prefix2]...
              List  of  comma  separated header prefixes. For example to display all HTTP headers
              that start with "X-".

   [CssSyntaxCheck]
       Check  the  syntax  of  HTML   pages   with   the   online   W3C   CSS   validator.    See
       http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/manual.html#expert.

   [VirusCheck]
       Checks  the  page content for virus infections with clamav.  A local clamav daemon must be
       installed.

       clamavconf=filename
              Filename of clamd.conf config file.

   [PdfParser]
       Parse PDF files for URLs to check. Needs the pdfminer Python package installed.

   [WordParser]
       Parse Word files for URLs to check. Needs the pywin32 Python extension installed.

WARNINGS

       The following warnings are recognized in the 'ignorewarnings' config file entry:

       file-missing-slash
              The file: URL is missing a trailing slash.

       file-system-path
              The file: path is not the same as the system specific path.

       ftp-missing-slash
              The ftp: URL is missing a trailing slash.

       http-cookie-store-error
              An error occurred while storing a cookie.

       http-empty-content
              The URL had no content.

       mail-no-mx-host
              The mail MX host could not be found.

       nntp-no-newsgroup
              The NNTP newsgroup could not be found.

       nntp-no-server
              No NNTP server was found.

       url-content-size-zero
              The URL content size is zero.

       url-content-too-large
              The URL content size is too large.

       url-effective-url
              The effective URL is different from the original.

       url-error-getting-content
              Could not get the content of the URL.

       url-obfuscated-ip
              The IP is obfuscated.

       url-whitespace
              The URL contains leading or trailing whitespace.

SEE ALSO

       linkchecker(1)

AUTHOR

       Bastian Kleineidam <bastian.kleineidam@web.de>

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright © 2000-2014 Bastian Kleineidam