I thought I would run through an quick install on my WinXP box and doc
how I did it. But after installing Swish-e it proved difficult for me to
do in less than an hour and I gave up.
Perhaps another windows user could do better. I found that I had to hack
the fixperl.pl script to correctly quote the 'use lib' include lines and
then when that worked, PATH was goofy with regard to / vs \ etc.
So I gave up.
My suggestion: use Linux. It may be that more recent builds of the
Windows version fix the problems I found - Dave would know.
CARUSO Holly scribbled on 7/7/06 12:27 AM:
> I have been posting to get help with installing Swish-e on my Windows XP
> machine to have it index a single pdf file.
> I can't seem to get anything working.
> I have seen the following steps at:
> However, they don't seem to help the cause.
> Could someone please provide step by step from installation of
> ActivePerl to get swish-e to index a pdf, including changes to all .pl,
> conf, .in, .cgi files, anything done to make it work.
> I presume this information would be very useful to other windows users.
> Thank you very much in advance.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Peter Karman [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Thursday, 6 July 2006 10:34 PM
> To: CARUSO Holly
> Cc: Multiple recipients of list
> Subject: Re: [SWISH-E]
> CARUSO Holly scribbled on 7/6/06 3:54 AM:
>> I have done what is suggested, running the index on a single file with
> the =
>> following command:
>> C:\Program Files\SWISH-E>swish-e -i AM29LV128.pdf -T indexed_words
>> I presume this commands doesn't use the swish.conf... some of the
> output fr=
>> om this commands is as follows:
> the swish-e command doesn't know how to index .pdf files without a
> config file to tell it how. So yes, you are correct in presuming that
> swish.conf is not used. You need to use it in order for swish-e to
> filter the .pdf file through the appropriate xpdf filters.
Peter Karman . http://peknet.com/ . peter(at)not-real.peknet.com
Received on Fri Jul 7 07:28:57 2006