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Re: indexing files

From: Bill Moseley <moseley(at)not-real.hank.org>
Date: Tue Jan 29 2002 - 19:48:53 GMT
At 10:56 AM 01/29/02 -0800, Gordon Jessop wrote:
>Pedro Martins wrote:
>> 
>> my question is: is
>> there a way i can see what words are beeing indexed...
>
>The following will print out all the words in your index:
>
>swish-e -k '*'
>
>The following will print out all the words in your index that start with the
>letter 'a'
>
>swish-e -k 'a'

Also, for more control:

Try ./swish-e -T help


Available debugging options for swish-e:
          INDEX_HEADER => Show the headers from the index
           INDEX_WORDS => List words stored in index
      INDEX_WORDS_ONLY => List only words, one per line, stored in index
      INDEX_WORDS_META => List only words and associated metaID separated
by a tab
      INDEX_WORDS_FULL => List words stored in index (more verbose)
       INDEX_STOPWORDS => List stopwords stored in index
           INDEX_FILES => List file data stored in index
       INDEX_METANAMES => List metaname table stored in index
             INDEX_ALL => Dump data ALL above data from index file

-- indexing --

         INDEXED_WORDS => Display words as they are indexed
          PARSED_WORDS => Display words as they are parsed from source
            PROPERTIES => Display properties associted with each file as
they are indexed
                 REGEX => Debug regular expression processing
           PARSED_TAGS => Show meta tags as they are found
           PARSED_TEXT => Show text as it's parsed


IIRC, for dumping the index you can also use -b and -m to dump a range of
files.  But better to work with a few files when debugging.


-- 
Bill Moseley
mailto:moseley@hank.org
Received on Tue Jan 29 19:49:39 2002