Monday, November 08, 2010 at 12:02 AM.

	<<4/3/02; 1:35:57 AM by JES
		<<If the headline is already expanded, do nothing.
	<<10/28/01; 5:49:19 PM by JES
		<<Call, with flOpenInPlace true. Now there's a single bottleneck. The openUrl script knows how to open all kinds of links, not just OPML.
		<<bundle //original code
			<<local (oldTarget = target.set (window.frontmost ()))
			<<local (url)
			<<op.attributes.getOne ("url", @url)
			<<local (lowerUrl = string.lower (url))
			<<local (flOpmlDocument = false)
			<<if lowerUrl endsWith ".xml" or lowerUrl endsWith ".opml"
				<<flOpmlDocument = true
			<<if flOpmlDocument
				<<url = string.replaceall (url, " ", "%20")
				<<local (urllist = string.urlsplit (url))
				<<local (xmltext = string.httpResultSplit (tcp.httpClient (server:urllist [2], path:urllist [3], flAcceptOpml:true, ctFollowRedirects:5)))
				<<local (localoutline)
				<<if system.environment.isMac
					<<xmltext = latinToMac.convert (xmltext)
				<<op.xmltooutline (xmltext, @localoutline)
				<<op.deletesubs ()
				<<op.insertoutline (@localoutline, right)
				<<if date.versionLessThan (Frontier.version (), "7.0b13")
					<<op.go (left, 1)
				<< (url)
			<<try {target.set (oldTarget)}
	<<10/22/01; 5:03:52 PM by JES
		<<Follow redirects when loading the link.
	<<12/31/00; 5:37:08 PM by JES
		<<On Macs, convert opml text to Mac text before converting to an outline.
	<<9/20/2000; 2:17:11 PM by PBS
		<<Call playlist.httpClient so the script can accept OPML documents.
	<<9/16/2000; 3:29:27 PM by PBS
		<<Added .opml as link type that gets expanded in-line.
	<<8/14/2000 2:58:09 PM by DW
		<<Called when the user 2clicks on a link node. 
local (oldTarget = target.set (window.frontmost ()));
if op.go (right, 1) { //is the heading already expanded?
	op.go (left, 1)}
else { //not expanded -- expand in a nodeType-ish way
	local (url);
	op.attributes.getOne ("url", @url); (url, true);
	try {target.set (oldTarget)}}

This listing is for code that runs in the OPML Editor environment. I created these listings because I wanted the search engines to index it, so that when I want to look up something in my codebase I don't have to use the much slower search functionality in my object database. Dave Winer.