I didn't see one in the documentation, but is there a
sample swish-e.conf file that would work for indexing
one's local docs and files?
In the absence of a config file, it appears the default is
to treat all files like HTML and to index all file types
with that assumption.
I went to the swish-config man page, but it isn't real
helpful if one just wants a simple intelligent default as
a starting point to try things out. Or is it expected one
will become acquainted with the entire swish-config document
before starting? That seems daunting for my "Hello World"
Thinking something along the lines of the example conf files
included with samba, squid, where they provide a starting example
or starting point while at the same time documenting possible
<Index content only of file types I tell you about>
<assume htm/html/HTM/HTML are html>
<assume txt is text>
# uncomment next line if you have pdftotext installed:
# FileFilterMatch pdftotext "'%p' -" "/\\.pdf$/"
# must preprocess compressed or packed files to index them
preprocToStdin .gz gunzip
preprocToFileOrDir .tar using "tar xf %file"
# uncomment next line if you have word doc filter installed
# FileFilterMatch catdoc "'%p -" "/\\.doc$/"
Sorry if I missed this somewhere...
Received on Wed Jun 7 15:59:21 2006