Greg W (email@example.com)
Tue, 28 Sep 1999 08:34:02 GMT
>Erick Thompson's bits of Mon, 27 Sep 1999 translated to:
> > I've just installed htdig, and I was wondering how it handles a
> > name as part of the base URL. That is, if I put in www.foo.com/data/
> > htdig index all of www.foo.com or just the documents under data?
>It should do neither. Instead, it will look for a default page in the data/
>directory (e.g. index.html, index.htm). It will index that page, collect
>all of the links listed on that page, and proceed to do the same with each
>of those links. There are a number of ways in which the links it follows
>will be limited, but it will only consider pages that can be reached by
>traversing a series of links that originate in the default page.
So how could you force it to look at all docs in a directory and under it ?
I would like to be able to dump docs at random into a directory without
having to have it organised....
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