That sounds like a good option. Would it be hard to make it
configurable to use a set of optional tags, and to add the option to
emphasise these results, similar to emphasise comments?
If you make it similar to the meta tags, could you also have it store
the results in the index file in the same way? That would make it
easy to store a description and, for example, price in the html pages
and have them extracted from the search results
<description>This is one expensive egg</description>
On Fri, 12 May 2000 01:59:23 -0700 (PDT), Jose Manuel Ruiz
> There is an alternative to -t option: Use document properties
> (MetaNames). The problem with this is that there is no way to extract
> the data from an XML field in the actual swish-e. The good news are
> that it is very easy to add this feature to swish-e because it is
> very similar to METANAMES (just a few lines of C).
> So, if the data in the file is in the form ...
> <METANAME> This is de data.
> This is another line </METANAME>
> I think I can add this feature to swish-e.
> Is this enough for you?
Received on Fri May 12 13:54:57 2000