for our info, what version of libxml2 were you using?
Rodolfo Martinez scribbled on 4/26/06 8:38 AM:
> I found who was causing this behavior, it was the libxml2 library.
> I replaced TXT2 and HTML2 by TXT and HTML, respectively, in the configuration
> file. Now I'm getting the same number of indexed words _always_.
> SWISH-E's internal parses requiere _much_ memory than libxml2 parser but it
> always work as expected.
> Thanks again for you support,
> --- Bill Moseley <email@example.com> wrote:
>> On Mon, Apr 24, 2006 at 08:56:51AM -0700, Rodolfo Martinez wrote:
>>> Hi Bill,
>>> Thanks for your response. I tried indexing just those files and got the
>>> keywords. I got this behavior only when indexing all information. I have
>>> hundreds (thousands?) of files in the same situation.
>>> I extracted the keywords and saw how they differ but I didn't get any clue.
>> Then maybe it's the count that is suspect? I'm not sure what to tell
>>> I have other question, does the previous indexed file affect in some way
>>> current indexing process?
>> Bill Moseley
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