If you used DirTree.pl and -S prog, instead of -S fs, this would be pretty easy,
I would think.
DirTree.pl is nearly as fast as the natice -S fs method, and let's you do all
kinds of filtering prior to handing to swish-e.
And I applaud you for your 20 minutes of earnest looking. :)
Deane Barker scribbled on 10/13/05 9:03 PM:
> Is there a ReplaceRules equivalent for document titles?
> I have a site name appended to every title. When Swish-E stores the
> title, I'd like to remove that text string (it's the same on every
> document), much like you can use ReplaceRules to modify the file path
> that gets stored.
> For the record, I searched the site for a good 20 minutes trying to find
> an answer for this.
> Version 2.4.3 on Gentoo Linux. File indexing method.
Peter Karman . http://peknet.com/ . peter(at)not-real.peknet.com
Received on Thu Oct 13 19:28:19 2005