Re: Table of Contents in HTML format?

From: Dancer <>
Date: Sun, 23 Nov 1997 11:46:03 +1000

I had such a utility...although the file was _HUGE_ (almost 2 MB). Many
(even very large systems) couldn't load the page very well...and it took
many minutes.

I can dig around and see if I can find it, if anyone's interested, given the


Arne Schirmacher wrote:

> I am using squid on my little Linux mail and news server.
> The Linux server connects to my ISP, I then use a PC or Mac to browse
> around. After I disconnect, I can still visit the web sites again, since
> the pages are still in squid's cache.
> But since I do not remember all the URL I visited, I thought how great
> it would be if squid could provide a list of all objects in its cache.
> Preferably in HTML format. I could then put this file in the www
> directory of the server and use Netscape browse through it and find the
> pages of interest.
> Does such a feature exist?
> Arne Schirmacher

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