On Mon, Oct 06, 2003 at 02:50:50PM -0700, Phil Glatz wrote:
> I'm running 2.4.0-pr3 on a FreeBSD 5 box. I'm new to SWISH-E (but really
> like what I've seen so far), and am having trouble filtering the files I
> want to index.
> The directory I'm indexing has files that I want to be included of the form
> 99999.html - the file name consists of a series of digits, followed by
> ".html". There are other files with numeric names ending in different
> "extension" strings, and other names starting with alphabetic characters.
> My config file consists of one directive:
> FileMatch filename contains ^[0-9]+\.html$
Take a look at the docs again. IIRC, FileMatch is useful for overriding
files that were *excluded* otherwise (like IndexOnly .foo).
Here's an example from the docs:
# Index only .htm, .html, plus any all-digit file names
IndexOnly .htm .html
FileMatch filename contains ^\d+$
Received on Mon Oct 6 22:34:19 2003