At 07:10 PM 09/06/02 -0700, Paul Borghese wrote:
>Thanks for the reply. Second question. How does the parsing engine work.
>May I simply write a program that converts, for example:
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>into a html meta name tag without worry of the context.
I'd parse it into a timestamp.
>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?
Yes, as far as I know it can be anyplace and will still parse. Might as
well place it in the header.
>Also, is there some way to "read" the index to see if the metatags have been
Try indexing a test file like this:
./swish-e -c config -i test.html -T indexed_words
You can also format as xml if that's any easier. With the libxml2 parser
you can even use fake tags like <foo>...</foo> in an HTML formatted
document instead of <meta name="foo" content="..."> if you like.
Received on Sat Sep 7 02:35:04 2002