Thanks for the reply. Second question. How does the parsing engine work.
May I simply write a program that converts, for example:
<!-- received="Sun Apr 14 16:08:35 2002 PDT" -->
into a html meta name tag without worry of the context. So must the meta
name tag appear in the header? Or will swish-e recognize the meta tag even
if it is outside the header?
Also, is there some way to "read" the index to see if the metatags have been
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bill Moseley" <email@example.com>
To: "Multiple recipients of list" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, September 05, 2002 7:37 PM
Subject: [SWISH-E] Re: How does the Search engine for this list work?
> At 04:23 PM 09/05/02 -0700, Paul Borghese wrote:
> >I know this may be quite a basic question but how exactly does the search
> >engine for this list work?
> >I see in the documentation you may tell swish-e to use META keywords in
> >html file, but if you look at the HTML code for the archives, there are
> >META tags in the individual messages. Instead there are a bunch of lines
> >that look like this:
> ><!-- received="Sun Apr 14 16:08:35 2002 PDT" -->
> ><!-- sent="Sun, 14 Apr 2002 16:08:33 -0700 (PDT)" -->
> ><!-- name="Bill Moseley" -->
> ><!-- email="email@example.com" -->
> ><!-- subject="[SWISH-E] What is Swish-e?" -->
> ><!-- id="firstname.lastname@example.org" -->
> ><!-- inreplyto="" -->
> I believe this was discussed before. Did you check the archives? ;)
> In the distribution is a file called prog-bin/index_hypermail.pl
> Take a look and write back if you have any questions. I haven't looked at
for a while.
> Bill Moseley
Received on Sat Sep 7 02:14:34 2002