Yes, I'm running the latest swish-e on a sun box. I'm using it for local
file indexing only and it works great.
I am trying to hack swish.cgi to take two command line arguments.
Arg = "/path/to/index/file"
Arg = "full search arguments for swish-e"
I'm just not a perl guy, so I'm struggling hacking swish.cgi to take
these arguments and return the results. I'm setup for using
SWISH::TemplateToolkit. I'm trying to create links for some "quick
searches" on my indexes. You know, searches that 90% of folks will run.
So, to save them from setting up the search, I just wanted to use a
clickable href link they could just click on. I have about 6 or so of
these really commonly used searches. Now, the main search system uses
swish.cgi and TemplateToolkit and works really well.
From: Bill Moseley [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, March 12, 2004 6:28 PM
To: Bill Pavich
Cc: Multiple recipients of list
Subject: Re: [SWISH-E]
On Fri, Mar 12, 2004 at 06:22:05PM -0800, Bill Pavich wrote:
> Anyone have a hacked swish.cgi which takes the name of the index file
> to use and a search query to use on the command line that they would
> like to share??
Can you explain a bit more what you want?
Received on Mon Mar 15 08:34:56 2004