What do you mean when you say that your modifications allow to "recurse" the files, using the fs method : I use the IndexDir parameter in the conf file, that allow to scan files in a whole directory tree.
Does your method allow to follow HTTP links, or FS symlinks, or define types of files to include ?
De: Ronald Aarts [SMTP:R.G.K.M.Aarts@wb.utwente.nl]
Date: mercredi 1 septembre 1999 13:53
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Objet: [SWISH-E] Suggestion for recursive file search and bug fix for command line parser
I selected swish-e for use as a search engine at our site, but after playing
around with version 1.3 (most recent file dated March 18, 1999) I preferred to
add a feature which may be of use for others.
At our site I did not want to index the complete root directory as users may
have some "hidden" files in their directory that I don't want to reveal with a
public accessible search engine. So I prefer to recursively process the files
starting with the first file(s) as specified. That is more or less the behavior of
the http-method of swish-e, but I want to use it for the fs-mode.
To that order I modified 3 source files. In two cases the diffs with the originals
are small, but as the third is somewhat larger, I don't post them here. You can
find them at http://www.wa.wb.utwente.nl/Staff/Aarts/swish-e-mods/
In case that is a problem, let me know. This is what I did:
Define a variable recursefiles with some constant values.
Define a structure pathlistentry.
Add two options -r and -R to select recusive fs-method (see e.g. in
Correct a few erroneous calls of argc-- in the case of command line
arguments processing (this is a bug in the original source!).
Complete overhaul for recursive processing, see the file.
My modifications may not always be "optimal", but for the time being I am
quite satisfied with the result (including the original swish-e!). If you like my
suggestions, feel free to use them in your own version or perhaps even the
official version of swish-e.
Of course, suggestions regarding my modifications are welcome.
Received on Wed Sep 1 05:22:05 1999