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Stores clues hierarchically using the underlying filesystem.

ClueDir tries to be as portable as possible but requires the host operating
system to be able to create long filenames (and directories, of course).

This is an example layout::

    http___www_microsoft_com/
    http___www_microsoft_com/207_46_134_221.clu
    http___www_microsoft_com/207_46_156_220.clu(more...)

src/h/a/halberd-0.2.4/Halberd/shell.py   halberd(Download)
    def execute(self):
        """Scans, analyzes and presents results coming a single target.
        """
        if self.task.save:
            cluedir = Halberd.clues.file.ClueDir(self.task.save)
    def execute(self):
        """Launch a multiple URL scan.
        """
        cluedir = Halberd.clues.file.ClueDir(self.task.save)
 

src/h/a/halberd-HEAD/Halberd/shell.py   halberd(Download)
    def execute(self):
        """Scans, analyzes and presents results coming a single target.
        """
        if self.task.save:
            cluedir = Halberd.clues.file.ClueDir(self.task.save)
    def execute(self):
        """Launch a multiple URL scan.
        """
        cluedir = Halberd.clues.file.ClueDir(self.task.save)