Re: [htdig] top of page?


Subject: Re: [htdig] top of page?
From: Benson Yeh (yeh@tuna.net)
Date: Wed Nov 24 1999 - 09:26:55 PST


Ok. Now it works. For some reason, when I had it before, the command excerpt_show_top: yes on the bottom of the .conf file. I belive that by moving it up some has fixed the problem.

Thanks for the help!

At 11:45 AM -0400 11/24/99, Philip Coates wrote:
>OK, it looks like I might have got a bit mixed up. Try this instead:
>
>excerpt_show_top: yes
>
>This should ALWAYS show the top of the document, and it should definitely
>work with version 3.1.1
>
>Hope this helps,
>
>Phil.
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Benson Yeh <yeh@tuna.net>
>To: Philip Coates <philc@noho.co.uk>
>Date: Wednesday, November 24, 1999 3:28 PM
>Subject: Re: [htdig] top of page?
>
>
>>Ok. Ht:dig version 3.1.1 is the version that we have installed.
>>
>>
>>At 11:05 AM -0400 11/24/99, Philip Coates wrote:
>>>There are a number of ways that you could find this information on a Unix
>>>machine.
>>>
>>>The first one would be go to the ht://Dig "bin" directory and type
>something
>>>like rundig --help; this won't actually bring up any help, but it will
>list
>>>the various programmes and their verson numbers.
>>>
>>>The second method would depend on how ht://Dig was installed on your
>>>machines. You could try using the command:
>>>
>>>rpm -qa | grep htdig
>>>
>>>If it is a Linux machine; if this works and the package was installed in a
>>>certain way, it will show up with its version number when you do this.
>>>Alternatively (and you might need administrator/root privileges on your
>>>machine for this) you could try a command like:
>>>
>>>find / -name stamp-h -print
>>>
>>>This command will look everywhere on the machine for the file "stamp-h"
>>>which should exist in a source-code directory for ht://Dig, if it was
>>>installed in this way: if it finds something that looks right, the
>directory
>>>it is in should have a version number after it, if not there should also
>be
>>>a file in that same directory called "ChangeLog"; that should tell you the
>>>version of the installed ht://Dig package.
>>>
>>>I will check what version no_excerpt_show_top was added in; if it's any
>>>consolation, it works on my machine ;)
>>>
>>>Regards,
>>>
>>>Phil
>>>-----Original Message-----
>>>From: Benson Yeh <yeh@tuna.net>
>>>To: Philip Coates <philc@noho.co.uk>
>>>Date: Wednesday, November 24, 1999 2:26 PM
>>>Subject: Re: [htdig] top of page?
>>>
>>>
>>>>I am not sure what version I am using, but I can access the directory
>where
>>>htdig is located. The server is a unix machine, what command do I issue
>to
>>>get the version number of the htdig program?
>>>>
>>>>At 10:20 AM -0400 11/24/99, Philip Coates wrote:
>>>>>Are you pointing ht://Dig to the right config file? If you are and it
>>>still
>>>>>doesn't work, which version of ht://Dig are you using?
>>>>>
>>>>>-----Original Message-----
>>>>>From: Benson Yeh <yeh@tuna.net>
>>>>>To: Philip Coates <philc@noho.co.uk>; htdig@htdig.org <htdig@htdig.org>
>>>>>Date: Wednesday, November 24, 1999 2:18 PM
>>>>>Subject: Re: [htdig] top of page?
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>>The command doesn't work
>>>>>>
>>>>>> no_excerpt_show_top: yes
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>The hit's that I get still show the context in which the hit appears,
>>>>>instead of the top of the html.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>At 8:56 AM -0400 11/24/99, Philip Coates wrote:
>>>>>>>You need to use:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>no_excerpt_show_top
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>HTH,
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>Phil.
>>>>>>> -----Original Message-----
>>>>>>> From: Benson Yeh <yeh@tuna.net>
>>>>>>> To: htdig@htdig.org <htdig@htdig.org>
>>>>>>> Date: Wednesday, November 24, 1999 12:44 PM
>>>>>>> Subject: [htdig] top of page?
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> I've noticed that the command in my .conf file doesn't work:
>>>>>>> # when set to yes, the HIT will show the top of the html and not
>>>where
>>>>>>>it is located in the article
>>>>>>> excerpt_show_top: yes
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> The search result I get does NOT show the top of the html file.
>>>>>Instead
>>>>>>>it still shows where the word appears in the article.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Is there something that I've missed?
>>>>>>> _____________________________________________
>>>>>>> Benson Yeh M.D.
>>>>>>> Webmaster: Evidence Based Emergency Medicine
>>>>>>> http://WWW.EBEM.ORG
>>>>>>> email: yeh@tuna.net
>>>>>>> _____________________________________________

_____________________________________________
Benson Yeh M.D.
Webmaster: Evidence Based Emergency Medicine
http://WWW.EBEM.ORG
email: yeh@tuna.net
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