A comprehensive, step-by-step validation tool for webmasters and web developers. More info, documentation, downloads : http://www.w3.org/QA/Tools/LogValidator/
See also : DEPENDENCIES below
To configure this module, cd to the directory that contains this README file and type the following:
Alternatively, if you plan to install the W3C libraries somewhere other than your system's perl library directory. You can type something like this:
perl Makefile.PL PREFIX=/home/me/perl INSTALLDIRS=perl
Then to build you run make.
You can then test the module by typing:
If you have write access to the installation directories, you may then install by typing:
It will install the library in the perl tree.
RUNNING THE SCRIPT
Along with the library you should have received a simple script and configuration file that allows you to easily use the library.
From the directory where this README is:
( cd perl/modules/W3C/LogValidator ) cd bin/
Edit the configuration file, using the sample as a basis:
cp samples/logprocess.conf path/to/file.conf The sample conf is commented with notes and pointers to help you understand the syntax of this file. It should be easy to create a config file for your server.
Make the script executable:
chmod a+x process.pl
Learn the options:
Then simply run the script with your favorite options, e.g:
./logprocess.pl -f path/to/file.conf [options]
This module requires these other perl modules and libraries:
Sys::Hostname (for automatic configuration) Config::General
read more about dependencies at http://www.w3.org/QA/Tools/LogValidator/Manual-Install#dep
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