Subject: [htdig3-dev] [PATCH] htsearch, new CGI params: nohead, startat, stopat
From: Peter Stieglecker (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Jan 05 2001 - 10:43:00 PST
I hope I am not too rude, but in my attached patch (against htdig-3.2.0b2), I
would like to suggest a few additional CGI parameters to htsearch:
* nohead: If set to 'true' will immediately start the output of results
without any HTTP headers.
* startat, stopat: If they are set to integer values, they will override
paging (if they are not set, the behaviour is unchanged). Output will
start at the requested item (starting at 1) and continue up to stopat.
If only one of the parameters is set, the other one will default to
1 for startat, total number of matches for stop at. FIRSTDISPLAYED and
LASTDISPLAYED are set accordingly. If both are unset, the behaviour is
the same as before.
The reason for doing this is I am currently writing a small wrapper for
htsearch, to make live easier with our template system. We would like to use
our own paging mechanism. The patch is downward compatible, coming to life
only when startat and/or stopat are actually used.
What I really would _love_ to have, was a Python Module for ht://Dig searches.
Does anybody know of any development going into this direction?
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