> Could there be some issue with Windows SE?
> Try running just the spider:
> perl prog-bin/spider.pl > out
> You might try adding a blank line in your sample document, just in case
> that's causing problems.
Thanks for the fast response! I got pretty much the same thing as before so
I assume the spider is working. It seems as if the parser is never being
called when it runs with swish. Could this have to do with windows
inability to generate a SIGHUP? Thanks again.
spider.pl: Reading parameters from 'SwishSpiderConfig.pl'
-- Starting to spider: http://arena.internet2.edu/sample.htm --
?Testing 'test_url' user supplied function #1
+Passed all 1 tests for 'test_url' user supplied function
?Testing 'test_response' user supplied function #1
+Passed all 1 tests for 'test_response' user supplied function
>> +Fetched 0 Cnt: 1 http://arena.internet2.edu:80/sample.htm 200 OK
text/html 33 parent:
! Found 0 links in http://arena.internet2.edu:80/sample.htm
spider.pl: Max indexed files Reached
Summary for: http://arena.internet2.edu/sample.htm
Total Bytes: 33 (33.0/sec)
Total Docs: 1 (1.0/sec)
Unique URLs: 1 (1.0/sec)
Received on Wed Feb 13 16:58:30 2002