Automated QA: Checking for broken links in your Flare output

Do you use relative hyperlinks (<a href=”../../folder/folder/file.htm”>File</a>) in your Flare projects? Would you like to verify that they work in the output without checking manually? Keep reading!

I’ve made a tool that scans all .htm files in the output and tests the relative links. The result is a .txt report that gives you a list of all broken links and corresponding files:

Broken relative links

The syntax for running the tool is, for example:

C:\> Checklinks "C:\OutputFolder" "C:\LogFolder"

You can download the tool from here.

Have fun, and let me know if you like it, or if you find bugs!

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