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This software is a platform-independent site map generator. It crawls a web site starting from a given URL and outputs XML sitemap file that you can use for Google (via Google Webmaster Tools) or other search engines. Site maps are useful for SEO — you can give the search engine hints about what pages it can index at web your site. The site map generator program is published under GNU General Public License.
To run the generator, you do not need a shell access to your web server. The script is implemented as a simple crawler that can run from any computer that has Python installed on it. The crawler only follows local links and skips links to external sites. It will also not follow links marked with rel="nofollow" and will not crawl into directories that are disallowed in the robots.txt file.
The generator will generate sitemap records with the "<lastmod>" dates if your web server returns web pages with the 'Last-Modified' time stamp. If the crawler encounters an error when downloading a page or when parsing it, it will try to continue with another page.
To run the script, you will need Python version 2.5 or higher. (You can download Python from Python's official site.) The script needs no installation, simply copy it to a suitable directory and run it from there.
The script is mainly useful for smaller and medium-sized sites. It only generates a single sitemap file, so it will max out at 50,000 URLs (this is Google's limit for sitemap files). The script's default limit is 1,000 URLs but you can change it with the -m option.
The script's command line syntax is as follows:
python sitemap_gen.py <options> <starting URL>
#! /usr/bin/env python
import os.path
import sys
import string
import getopt
import urllib2
import urlparse
from HTMLParser import HTMLParser
from HTMLParser import HTMLParseError
import xml.sax.saxutils
import robotparser
import re
import httplib
helpText = """sitemap_gen.py version 1.1.0 (2009-09-05)
This script crawls a web site from a given starting URL and generates
a Sitemap file in the format that is accepted by Google. The crawler
does not follow links to other web sites. It also respects the 'nofollow'
tags and will not crawl into directories disallowed in the robots.txt file.
Command line syntax:
python sitemap_gen.py <options> <starting URL>
Available options:
-h --help Print this text and exit
-b <ext> --block <ext> Exclude URLs with the given extension;
<ext> must be without the leading dot.
The comparison is case insensitive, so
for example DOC and doc are treated
the same. You can use this option several
times to block several extensions.
-c <value> --changefreq <value> Set the change frequency. The given value
is used in all sitemap entries (maybe a
future version of this script will change
that). The allowed values are: always,
hourly, daily, weekly, monthly, yearly,
never.
-p <prio> --priority <prio> Set the priority. The value must be from
the interval between 0.0 and 1.0. The value
will be used in all sitemap entries.
-m <value> --max-urls <value> Set the maximum number of URLs to be crawled.
The default value is 1000 and the largest
value that you can set is 50000 (the script
generates only a single sitemap file).
-o <file> --output-file <file> Set the name of the geneated sitemap file.
The default file name is sitemap.xml.
Usage example:
python sitemap_gen.py -b doc -b bmp -o test_sitemap.xml http://www.your-site-name.com/index.html
For more information, visit http://toncar.cz/opensource/sitemap_gen.html
"""
allowedChangefreq = ["always", "hourly", "daily", "weekly", \
"monthly", "yearly", "never"]
def getPage(url):
try:
f = urllib2.urlopen(url)
page = ""
for i in f.readlines():
page += i
date = f.info().getdate('Last-Modified')
if date == None:
date = (0, 0, 0)
else:
date = date[:3]
f.close()
return (page, date, f.url)
except urllib2.URLError, detail:
print "%s. Skipping..." % (detail)
return (None, (0,0,0), "")
#end def
def joinUrls(baseUrl, newUrl):
helpUrl, fragment = urlparse.urldefrag(newUrl)
return urlparse.urljoin(baseUrl, helpUrl)
#end def
def getRobotParser(startUrl):
rp = robotparser.RobotFileParser()
robotUrl = urlparse.urljoin(startUrl, "/robots.txt")
page, date, url = getPage(robotUrl)
if page == None:
print "Could not read ROBOTS.TXT at:", robotUrl
return None
#end if
rp.parse(page)
print "Found ROBOTS.TXT at:", robotUrl
return rp
#end def
class MyHTMLParser(HTMLParser):
def __init__(self, pageMap, redirects, baseUrl, maxUrls, blockExtensions, robotParser):
HTMLParser.__init__(self)
self.pageMap = pageMap
self.redirects = redirects
self.baseUrl = baseUrl
self.server = urlparse.urlsplit(baseUrl)[1] # netloc in python 2.5
self.maxUrls = maxUrls
self.blockExtensions = blockExtensions
self.robotParser = robotParser
#end def
def hasBlockedExtension(self, url):
p = urlparse.urlparse(url)
path = p[2].upper() # path attribute
# In python 2.5, endswith() also accepts a tuple,
# but let's make it backwards compatible
for i in self.blockExtensions:
if path.endswith(i):
return 1
return 0
#end def
def handle_starttag(self, tag, attrs):
if len(self.pageMap) >= self.maxUrls:
return
if (tag.upper() == "BASE"):
if (attrs[0][0].upper() == "HREF"):
self.baseUrl = joinUrls(self.baseUrl, attrs[0][1])
print "BASE URL set to", self.baseUrl
if (tag.upper() == "A"):
#print "Attrs:", attrs
url = ""
# Let's scan the list of tag's attributes
for attr in attrs:
#print " attr:", attr
if (attr[0].upper() == "REL") and (attr[1].upper().find('NOFOLLOW') != -1):
# We have discovered a nofollow, so we won't continue
return
elif (attr[0].upper() == "HREF") and (attr[1].upper().find('MAILTO:') == -1):
# We have discovered a link that is not a Mailto:
url = joinUrls(self.baseUrl, attr[1])
#end for
# if the url is empty, there was none in the list of attributes
if url == "": return
# Check if we want to follow the link
if urlparse.urlsplit(url)[1] <> self.server:
return
if self.hasBlockedExtension(url) or self.redirects.count(url) > 0:
return
if (self.robotParser <> None) and not(self.robotParser.can_fetch("*", url)):
print "URL restricted by ROBOTS.TXT: ", url
return
# It's OK to add url to the map and fetch it later
if not(self.pageMap.has_key(url)):
self.pageMap[url] = ()
#end if
#end def
#end class
def getUrlToProcess(pageMap):
for i in pageMap.keys():
if pageMap[i] == ():
return i
return None
def parsePages(startUrl, maxUrls, blockExtensions):
pageMap = {}
pageMap[startUrl] = ()
redirects = []
robotParser = getRobotParser(startUrl)
while True:
url = getUrlToProcess(pageMap)
if url == None:
break
print " ", url
page, date, newUrl = getPage(url)
if page == None:
del pageMap[url]
elif url != newUrl:
print "Redirect -> " + newUrl
del pageMap[url]
pageMap[newUrl] = ()
redirects.append(url)
else:
pageMap[url] = date
parser = MyHTMLParser(pageMap, redirects, url, maxUrls, blockExtensions, robotParser)
try:
parser.feed(page)
parser.close()
except HTMLParseError:
print "Error parsing %s, skipping." % (url)
except UnicodeDecodeError:
print "Failed decoding %s . Try to check if the page is valid." % (url)
#end while
return pageMap
#end def
def generateSitemapFile(pageMap, fileName, changefreq="", priority=0.0):
fw = open(fileName, "wt")
fw.write('''<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<urlset xmlns="http://www.sitemaps.org/schemas/sitemap/0.9">\n''')
for i in pageMap.keys():
fw.write('<url>\n <loc>%s</loc>\n' % (xml.sax.saxutils.escape(i)))
if pageMap[i] not in [(), (0,0,0)]:
fw.write(' <lastmod>%4d-%02d-%02d</lastmod>\n' % pageMap[i])
if changefreq <> "":
fw.write(' <changefreq>%s</changefreq>\n' % (changefreq))
if priority > 0.0:
fw.write(' <priority>%1.1f</priority>\n' % (priority))
fw.write('</url>\n')
#end for
fw.write('</urlset>')
fw.close()
#end def
def main():
try:
opts, args = getopt.getopt(sys.argv[1:],\
"hb:c:m:p:o:", \
["help", "block=", "changefreq=", \
"max-urls=", "priority=", "output-file="])
except getopt.GetoptError:
print helpText
return
blockExtensions = []
changefreq = ""
priority = 0.0
fileName = "sitemap.xml"
maxUrls = 1000
pageMap = {}
for opt,arg in opts:
if opt in ("-h", "--help"):
print helpText
return
elif opt in ("-b", "--block"):
blockExtensions.append("." + arg.upper())
elif opt in ("-c", "--changefreq"):
if arg in allowedChangefreq:
changefreq = arg
else:
print "Allowed changefreq values are:"
for i in allowedChangefreq:
print i
print
return
elif opt in ("-m", "--max-urls"):
maxUrls = int(arg)
if (maxUrls < 0) or (maxUrls > 50000):
print "The maximum number of URLs must be greater than 0 and smaller than 50000"
return
elif opt in ("-p", "--priority"):
priority = float(arg)
if (priority < 0.0) or (priority > 1.0):
print "Priority must be between 0.0 and 1.0"
return
elif opt in ("-o", "--output-file"):
fileName = arg
if fileName in ("", ".", ".."):
print "Please provide a sensible file name"
return
#end if
if len(args) == 0:
print "You must provide the starting URL.\nTry the -h option for help."
return
# Set user agent string
opener = urllib2.build_opener()
opener.addheaders = [('User-agent', 'sitemap_gen/1.0')]
urllib2.install_opener(opener)
# Start processing
print "Crawling the site..."
pageMap = parsePages(args[0], maxUrls, blockExtensions)
print "Generating sitemap: %d URLs" % (len(pageMap))
generateSitemapFile(pageMap, fileName, changefreq, priority)
print "Finished."
#end def
if __name__ == '__main__': main()
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