source: obfuscate.sh@ 97f6e38

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Last change on this file since 97f6e38 was 5d6f29a, checked in by Manuel Canales Esparcia <manuel@…>, 14 years ago

Typo fix.

git-svn-id: svn://svn.linuxfromscratch.org/BLFS/trunk/BOOK@6844 af4574ff-66df-0310-9fd7-8a98e5e911e0

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1#!/bin/bash
2
3# $LastChangedBy$
4# $Date$
5
6# obfuscate.sh
7# obfuscate email addresses in XML/HTML
8# Script written (and slight perl modification) by Archaic <archaic AT linuxfromscratch D0T org>
9# Modified from "sed -i" to old style "sed -e" by Manuel Canales <manuel AT linuxfromscratch D0T org>
10# to prevent hangs on very long files, like nonckunked books.
11# Original Perl expression by Anderson Lizardo <lizardo AT linuxfromscratch D0T org>
12# Released under the GNU General Public License
13#
14# This script currently only seeks out mailto: addresses. If those same
15# addresses also appear in plaintext, we need to obfuscate those as well.
16#
17# This script was made for a very specific purpose so I was a bit lazy in
18# writing the regex's.
19#
20# Please send comments, enhancements, etc. to the above address
21
22#set -e # Bail on all errors
23
24# First, ensure that we are given a file to process
25# if [ $# -lt 1 ]; then
26# echo -e "\nYou must provide an input file."
27# exit 1
28# fi
29
30# Nothing like a backup plan!
31#cp "$1" "$1".bak
32
33for i in `grep -o '"mailto:.*@.*"' ${1} |cut -d\" -f2|sed -e 's|^mailto:||' -e 's|"$||'`; do
34 link=`echo $i | perl -pe 's/[^\n]/"\\\&#".ord($&)."\;"/ge'`
35 plaintext=`echo $i | sed -e 's|@| AT |' -e 's|\.| D0T |g'`
36 cp ${1}{,.tmp}
37 sed -e "s|mailto:$i|mailto:$link|" \
38 -e "s|$i|$plaintext|" ${1}.tmp > ${1}
39 rm ${1}.tmp
40done
41#rm $FILE.tmp
42#exit 0
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