Actually, the lines starting with a pound sign are pre-compiler directives
in C, not comments. Comments in C are like this /* comment */.
Do not remove the pound signs.
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: 12 novembre 1999 18:14
Subject: [SWISH-E] TITLETOPLINES
Okay, on yesterday's suggestion, I tried to put this in:
directive TITLETOPLINES 24
But I get a message saying,
"Indexing Data Source: "File-System"
Bad directive on line #143: define TITLETOPLINES 24
Now I hate to sound totally stupid, but it is necessary to remove the pound
sign in order for the directive to take effect?
"#directive TITLETOPLINES 24" has no effect. Right?
(I did try this, and it did not fix the problem of <title> not showing up
in the Swish links list. The only other possibility seems to be the bug
that other people alluded to. It is not in my power to fix that, I assume.
My only other recourse would be to move the title line up, something I'm
not thrilled about.)
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Received on Fri Nov 12 09:32:00 1999