At 01:52 PM 10/04/00 +0200, email@example.com wrote:
>> Yes, working fine, besides printing just "- Using DEFAULT filter -" for
>> each file, it seems to be indexing fine.
Yes, but I was saying that it's printing that even when verbose is NOT
selected. Somehow sw->verbose is true in fs.c when not specifying any -v
>"Using default filter" means the default mode for documents (like in
>2.0.X) but now, you can also define (see Rainer posts):
>IndexContents XML .xml
>IndexContents HTML .htm .html .php .php3
>Depending on the extension, it will use a different decoding function.
>Now, only TXT, HTML, XML and the default one are coded but we
>can add more in the future. Any suggestions? Look at "make test"
>BTW, perhaps filter is not the best word. It can be confused with
>Rainer's filtering option.
>The files are now a little bit longer because the info stored have
>been increased to support the new options.
>> I'll have time tomorrow to do some more testing, I think.
>Thanks for your effort.
Received on Wed Oct 4 16:19:24 2000