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Re: [opensuse] Stupid Google Redirect URL Utility
  • From: Randall R Schulz <rschulz@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 9 Jun 2009 07:25:59 -0700
  • Message-id: <200906090725.59266.rschulz@xxxxxxxxx>
On Tuesday June 9 2009, Dave Howorth wrote:

Sorry, I'm still not understanding. What is 'it'? What I'm trying to
determine is whether I get a page with normal <a> elements containing
direct links to the target pages or not. Viewing the source does
indeed show me the difference.

I think we're talking at cross-purposes but I don't understand what
you are trying to tell me.

Did you follow the thread from the beginning?

Here's an example:

Search Google for some functional programming terminology:

Search Terms: "Catamorphism Anamorphism Hylomorphism Paramorphism"

Search URL resulting from submitting those search terms:


First hit copied from browser window:

splonderzoek: Latest on the incremental fold and attributes
Apr 12, 2009 ... As a learning experience, I implemented the catamorphism,
anamorphism, hylomorphism, paramorphism, and zygomorphism
for EMu . ... - Cached
- Similar pages

URL displayed by browser when mousing over link of first hit before


URL in clipboard (and browser URL feedback area) after using browsers'
Copy Link Location on that link:


Does that clarify the situation? I wrote the sgru scripts to turn that
last monstrosity (the SGRU) into the actual URL of the hit. Can you
blame me?

Randall Schulz
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