On Tue, Sep 28, 1999 at 09:40:44AM -0700, Ron Samuel Klatchko wrote:
> Juergen.Puenter@Materna.DE wrote:
> > Take this sample directory:
> > readme.txt
> > test1.txt
> > test2.txt
> > Indexing it, I get this output:
> > Checking dir "./"...
> > adme.txt (no words)
> > st1.txt (4295432 words)
> > st2.txt (4295408 words)
> > Now, why does swish strip the first two characters from the names???
> I've had a similar thing happen to me a few years back. If I remember
> correctly, it only happened when using cc (moving to gcc fixed it).
Let me guess... you are using Solaris and linking in stuff from /usr/ucb?
Don't do that. For example do (as root): "mv /usr/ucb /usr/ucb-xxx",
and try re-compiling?
Received on Tue Sep 28 09:53:46 1999