Aaron Turner (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sat, 19 Jun 1999 01:51:37 -0700 (PDT)
On Fri, 18 Jun 1999, Gilles Detillieux wrote:
> I think your best bet would be to customize Display::buildMatchList() in
> htsearch/Display.cc to do what you want. This would allow you to weed out
> the duplicates you want to exclude before they're counted and paginated.
We'll I had a friend who knows C and some C++ and he's gaging on the code.
Any pointers? Any chance of convincing any of developers that this is
The way I would envision this is two new params to be passed to htsearch.
First, 'uniqueid' which would be the name of another param in the cgi
htsearch would use the value of uniqueid and uniqueroot to determine
uniqueness of a URL. Any two hits that start with uniqueroot and has
the same value for the value of uniqueid (in this case 'id') is considered
a duplicate. In the case above, #1 and #2 are dupes, but #3 is unique.
The whole point of this is for dynamic sites that use DB's as their
backend and something like PHP to access the content.
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