Hans-Peter Nilsson (email@example.com)
Fri, 5 Mar 1999 14:20:54 +0100
> "url_part_aliases" seemed to do what I wanted, unfortunately I got confused
> looking at the config example on this functions.
Unfortunately the "url_part_aliases" description was a little
confusing. It has been cleaned up in the development tree, I hope.
But for now:
> It did not work..... Does somebody has an advise? Please give examples!
If I understand right, you have a static setup (you do not plan
to move URLs or something) where you index URLs on one site and
there's a folder (or subdirectory or whatever you call it) where
you want all URLs to show up as on *another server* in the
search, but in the same corresponding folder.
Here, you would need *two* configuration files, where
url_part_aliases attribute differs. With one, you dig; with the
other, you search. (Hint: you can have a main file with all
the other attributes, and these two files just specify
url_part_aliases and include the main file).
In the "dig" config file, it would be:
url_part_aliases: http://www.geo.su.se/something *1
In the search config file, it would be:
url_part_aliases: http://www.natgeo.su.se/something *1
(Anybody with the interest is encouraged to review the
hopefully-improved description in CVS).
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