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Re: [swish-e] swish.conf problems - was ignorewords wildcard?

From: Frank Hunt <linux(at)not-real.frankhunt.com>
Date: Thu May 24 2007 - 02:35:47 GMT
Right, every time but your test example which worked.

Details:

this works:

IndexDir spider.pl
SwishProgParameters default http://website.com/

this fails:

IndexDir spider.pl
SwishProgParameters default http://website.com/
FileRules directory contains ^\.htaccess

run string:  swish-e -S prog -c swish.conf2



Peter Karman wrote:
> 
> Frank Hunt wrote on 5/23/07 8:15 PM:
>> Well, I tried eliminating everything and re-building the conf file.  I 
>> even went to the installation instructions and followed the examples 
>> there.  Every time I tried the FileRules directive I got the same error.
>>
>>
> 
> you mean, every time you tried except when you were able to repeat the test I 
> demonstrated?
> 
> You're going to need to show your work here in order for us to help you out. 
> Show the minimal case where the error occurs, just as with the test case I 
> demonstrated earlier:
> 
>   http://swish-e.org/archive/2007-05/11475.html
> 
>>> Frank Hunt wrote on 5/23/07 5:11 PM:
>>>> I can repeat the test.
>>>>
>>> then there's nothing wrong with that particular directive. might be some other 
>>> directive in your config file throwing a red herring.
>>>
>>> try the usual debugging strategies: reduce to the simplest case (like my test 
>>> below) and then add one more thing to the mix, testing again each time. I'd 
>>> start my taking your existing config and commenting out everything but that 
>>> FileRules directive and then adding the others back in, one at a time.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
> 

-- 
frank hunt
PLUG member-in-absentia
confused linux admin
part time windows(r) washer
rochester hills, mi
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Received on Wed May 23 22:35:45 2007