Yann Stettler <firstname.lastname@example.org> has a patch that
does just what you are asking. I do not see it on the ftp site
so you may want to contact him directly.
(We should get that HTTP NoContents patch posted, yes?)
At 12:32 PM 1/27/99 -0800, you wrote:
>Now that I've got the spider working, I'd like him to ignore some files.
>Specifically I'd like it to ignore files of the form *.wwwstat.html. I
>tried adding .wwwstat.html to the NoContents directive but that reduced my
>contents to 0 since it excluded all .html files :-). Other than stuffing
>them off in some other directory with I could then exclude with robots.txt,
>is there another way (when spidering) to tell it to ignore files that match
>a certain pattern?
>Bruce Bowler 207.633.9600 (voice)
>Research Associate 207.633.9641 (fax)
>Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences email@example.com
>West Boothbay Harbor ME 04575 http://www.bigelow.org/
Received on Thu Jan 28 07:03:21 1999