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Duplicates when using yourls_add_new_link by including into own code #1045

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ozh opened this issue Apr 6, 2013 · 0 comments
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Duplicates when using yourls_add_new_link by including into own code #1045

ozh opened this issue Apr 6, 2013 · 0 comments

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@ozh ozh commented Apr 6, 2013

This is a COPY of Issue 1045: Duplicates when using yourls_add_new_link by including into own code, filed on Google Code before the project was moved on Github.

Please review the original issue and especially its comments. Comments here on closed issues will be ignored. Thanks.

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Hello all,

I want to include YOURLS into a gallery and therefore created a really short test script to see how creating / showing short URLs works. The script is in the root of my YOURLS webspace and looks like this:

<?php
define('YOURLS_FLOOD_DELAY_SECONDS', 0);
define('YOURLS_UNIQUE_URLS', true);
include 'includes/load-yourls.php';
echo yourls_add_new_link('http://'.$_SERVER['SERVER_NAME'].$_SERVER['PHP_SELF'])
?>

When I run the script I get more then 10 short URLs in the YOURLS database. The long URL always is the same. The title somehow differs from try to try.

First I tried without the two define's, after the problems I added the two lines. No change in behaviour.

Is this because YOURLS itself tries to open the webpage to look for the title? But then it should not create another URL?

Hm...

Any help would be great. Thank you! :-)

Cheers,
Martin
@ozh ozh closed this Apr 6, 2013
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