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Re: Re: exclusions in indexing

From: Michael J. Giarlo <leftwing(at)not-real.rci.rutgers.edu>
Date: Wed Sep 29 1999 - 17:53:22 GMT
I think I failed to mention that I'm indexing via the http method rather than
the filesystem method.  IndexOnly and NoContents seem to be utilized only in
the filesystem method, so is there any way I do this via the http method?

If there are no built-in directives for me to use, would you have any pointers
as to how I could hack up the perl and/or C code to do this?

Thanks again. :)

On Wed, 29 Sep 1999, Ron Samuel Klatchko wrote:
>
> You can use IndexOnly or NoContents.  If a file has an extension that is
> not in IndexOnly, then it will not be indexed at all.  If a file has an
> extension in IndexOnly and NoContents, then only it's file name will be
> indexed.

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  Michael J. Giarlo
  Systems Support Specialist
  New Brunswick Libraries, Rutgers University

--Email:  leftwing@rci.rutgers.edu
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Received on Wed Sep 29 10:53:20 1999