Back in business Peter. Thank you!
Do you or anyone else on this list have thoughts around how I can make this
solution any better? I'm not sure what I can really do with all these plain
text emails. Is Dezi the next step? Maybe some perl scripting to wrap
author names so people can sort by that?
Thanks again for all the help. And apologies for not reporting the bug in a
more formal manner.
On Mon, Nov 5, 2012 at 7:51 PM, Peter Karman <peter(at)not-real.peknet.com> wrote:
> Troy Wical wrote on 10/30/12 3:18 PM:
> > No go. Here is the config file after making those mods.
> > [user(at)not-real.purple /home/mail-archive/search]# cat t2.conf
> > IndexDir /usr/local/www/data.type2/mail-archive/type2
> > IndexReport 3
> > ReplaceRules replace "/usr/local/www/data.type2/mail-archive/"
> > "http://type2.com/mail-archive/"
> > IndexFile /home/mail-archive/search/t2.index
> > Calling it via this command...
> > swish3 -S mailfs -c t2.conf -i
> Thanks for your patience, Troy. This was a tricky bug to track down.
> This should be fixed in version 0.65, just uploaded to CPAN.
> The bug was that the swish3 command sets the
> option as of r3203:
> Since you reported that this used to work, and then stopped, we can assume
> r3203 was a regression bug.
> That set_parser_from_type option determines which swish-e parser to use
> based on
> the MIME type of the (virtual) document. The Mail aggregator class was
> setting a
> non-standard MIME (with a TODO comment next to it...) and so swish3 was
> overwriting the XML* parser setting with the default HTML* parser setting
> because it could not identify the non-standard MIME type.
> Changeset comments here:
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