Re: HT Dig


Jason Bennett (jasonb@compusult.nf.ca)
Wed, 9 Sep 1998 11:16:33 -0230 (NDT)


On Sep 8, 2:24pm, Andrew Scherpbier wrote:
> Subject: Re: HT Dig
> Jason Bennett wrote:
> >
> > Does your HTDIG search engine handle image maps?
> >
> > Jason
>
> It should. To be sure, check the source.
> (BTW, it is called ht://Dig)
> --
> Andrew Scherpbier <andrew@contigo.com>
> Contigo Software <http://www.contigo.com/>
>-- End of excerpt from Andrew Scherpbier

Hi there. On another note. Each time I run the ht://Dig scripts to create a
database for the web sites I have selected, I get this:

-snip-
htdig: www.cidas.com:80 13 documents
htdig: www.compusult.nf.ca.:80 15 documents <----------+
htdig: www.compusult.nf.ca:80 43 documents |
htdig: www.fgdctoolkit.com:80 57 documents |
htdig: www.hear-it.com:80 16 documents |
-snip- |
                                                           |
                                                        Problem

I'm getting this extra server in here with a (.) at the end of it. I've
checked the http server config and there is no entry for that server. I have
no idea where it's coming from. I can't find any links that point to such a
place. Could it be possible that one of the other sites (ie; www.cidas.com)
may have a link to a page with the address entered incorrectly causing this to
appear?

My ht://Dig configuartion file for start URL's looks like:

start_url: http://www.nfld.com http://www.compusult.nf.ca
http://in
teractions.nfld.com http://www.fgdctoolkit.com http://www.cidas.com
http://www.m
id-c.com http://www.pods.net http://www.hear-it.com

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks
Jason

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