It's compiled on Redhat 6.1, Intel P-233. The meta tests all work.
These are files that are exclusively xml. They have around 14 different
xml tags, but I only selected 2 of them to test with. Originally these
files contained no html tags at all. I even tried to fix it by adding html
formatting tags to the test files, and changed their names to ".html"
instead of ".xml" but still no go.
Things I haven't tried yet:
Is it necessary to name ALL of the tags? If so, what is the function of
Is it required that ALL of the tags be repeated in the properties section?
There are 4 possible combinations of 'OKNOMETA' and 'REQMETANAME'. Which
one is correct?
At 08:03 PM 8/25/00, you wrote:
>Frank Heasley wrote:
> > The following also give no results, even when searching for text known
> > to be present:
>Which OS? Do you see this behavior when you do make test? The meta tag
>tests pass and seem to work just fine here. Perhaps it is something
>system specific. I am building on Linux 2.2.14 with GCC 2.95. I will
>check it on FreeBSD in a bit.
>'make test' calls swish-e like this:
>Meta (1, 2, XML):
> swish-e -f ./test.index -w meta3=metatest
>Meta + Phrase:
> swish-e -f ./test.index -w 'meta3="three little pigs"'
> Dave's Web - http://www.webaugur.com/dave/
> Dave's Weather - http://www.webaugur.com/dave/wx
> ICQ Universal Internet Number - 412039
> E-Mail - firstname.lastname@example.org
>"I would never belong to a club that would have me as a member!"
> - Groucho Marx
Received on Fri Aug 25 20:16:58 2000