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Re: Swish and MacOS-X 10.3

From: Thomas Nyman <thomas(at)not-real.teg.pp.se>
Date: Wed Apr 20 2005 - 11:26:12 GMT
Me again ... issue solved

I compiled the latest version and my error message went away.

The indexing issue was solved with the following

StoreDescription XML* <text:p> 20000

Allthough I am having hard time understanding how to use metanames with 
xml, but i will do some more research on that.


2005-04-20 kl. 11.37 skrev Thomas Nyman:

> Hi and thanks for your previous help. doc files work fine now..but I am
> having a small issue with xml.
>
> I'm havin some trouble with swish-e and xml files - in particular open
> office files. I can index them and receive hits on certain words in the
> documents, but not all words. I also have a small error when running
> swish namely
>
> "ootest2.sxw:2: warning: Error '6' converting internal UTF-8 to 
> Latin-1.
> </text:p><text:p text:style-name="Standard"/><text:p
> text:style-name="Standard">"
>
> I believe that perhaps this is an issue concerning libxml2. I am
> however unclear if libxml2 is installed on macos-x originally or if I
> have to download it.
>
> When i run a locate i can see that libxml2-2.6.7 seems to be installed
> in /usr/include
>
> I installed swish-e in /usr/local/
>
> I'm thinking it could be one of two problems perhaps
> 1) i need another version of libxml2
> 2) swish-e could not find libxml2 during compilation.
>
> If its issue 2 I guess that could solved by doing some sort of path
> export .. allthough I'm not quite sure what.
>
> Any help would be greatly appreciated.
>
> my swish.config contains with concern to xml the following
>
> IndexContents XML* .xml .sxw
> StoreDescription XML <text:p> 20000
> FileFilterMatch "/usr/bin/unzip" "-p \"%p\" content.xml"
> /\.(sxw|sxc|sxg)$/i
>
> and I am running swish-e version 2.4.0
>
> 2005-04-17 kl. 03.40 skrev Peter Karman:
>
>> the problem is not permissions. else the errror would have been
>> 'permission
>> denied'. the problem is that make thinks everything is done when it
>> isn't.
>>
>> karpet@cartermac 45% sudo make install
>> make: `install' is up to date.
>>
>> the Makefile.in is very simple -- too simple, somehow, for OS X.
>>
>> I tried it just now on Linux and, as you experienced, it works fine.
>> So seems
>> like the OS X version of make is not working as expected.
>>
>>
>> David L Norris scribbled on 4/16/05 3:05 PM:
>>> On Sat, 2005-04-16 at 11:27 -0700, Peter Karman wrote:
>>>
>>>> 'make' finished successfully. but 'make install' is confused -- I
>>>> think there's
>>>> a problem in the Makefile.in or something.
>>>
>>>
>>> "sudo make install" doesn't work?  Works on Linux but I don't have 
>>> any
>>> way to test it on MacOS X.  At least there's a way around it, though.
>>>
>>
>> -- 
>> Peter Karman  .  http://peknet.com/  .  peter(at)not-real.peknet.com
>
Received on Wed Apr 20 04:26:13 2005