Ben Ostrowsky wrote on 9/20/07 3:51 PM:
>> Can you just run the spider.pl manually and send the output to a file? That has
>> 2 advantages: (1) you can error-check the output and (2) you can index (and
>> re-index) it with swish-e from the cached file rather than re-spidering each time.
> OK, looks like it's not invoking the filter (see below).
> How can I figure out why using the default configuration (which should
> use SWISH::Filter) doesn't seem to take advantage of the
> lib/swish-e/perl/SWISH/Filters/CODImetadata.pm filter I've written?
> Do I need to do anything to tell swish-e that I've got that filter, or
> do I just have to place it in the SWISH/Filters directory?
in theory you just need to put it in @INC and it'll work.
can you try using the 'swish-filter-test' script that gets installed with
swish-e? Run it against a local file and see if it invokes the CODImetadata
filter correctly. Once you get swish-filter-test to use it, then you can move
back to testing with spider.pl. That way you'll know if the issue is specific to
spider.pl or not.
> /home/users/c/codi/local/lib/swish-e/spider.pl: Reading parameters
> from 'default'
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