That's true from a command line. But the original post says SWISH::API
and the docs for that say:
$swish = SWISH::API->new( $index_files );
This method returns a swish handle object blessed into the
SWISH::API class. $index_files is a space separated list of index files
I have tried that and it works: a single scalar of space-separated index
files seems to be what the ::API expects. So I think the problem here is
David L Norris wrote on 06/17/2004 02:56 PM:
> This is how the command should be called:
> swish-e -f "this is a single file" "this is a second file"
> The error suggests that you're calling SWISH-E like this:
> swish-e -f "this is a single file this is a second file"
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