Subject: Re: [htdig] external_parsers: ignored
From: Klaus Gröger (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Sep 07 2000 - 03:47:43 PDT
Hallo! Gilles Detillieux hat geschrieben:
> The bare "5" argument will cause htdig to stop scanning for options,
> so it won't see the -c option. If /etc/htdig/htdig.conf is not your
> compiled-in default config file name, then it won't be reading that
> file. Changing the -v 5 to -vvvvv would be the first thing to try.
OK, done that, nothing different happend (yes, I see more output :)
I have called htdig without any parameters except -i.
Htdig parses my .html documents, put still says:
PDF::parse: cannot find pdf parser /usr/local/bin/acroread
I have checked the conf-file twice, there isn't any line:
> README.RPMS.txt on the web site, that you installed the right one?
I run a debian linux with the newest stable packets.
The htdig packet is a part of the debian distribution.
Kernel is 2.2.14 on P166, here is uname -a
Linux hobbes 2.2.14 #1 Wed May 17 12:59:01 CEST 2000 i586 unknown
> > Did you check your config file to make sure it doesn't have
> > pdf_parser: set in it somewhere?
Yes, there isn't any line with this entry.
> external_parsers should override pdf_parser, so setting the latter
> shouldn't be a problem. Rather, it would seem htdig is not seeing the
> external_parsers setting, either because it's not reading the config
> file you think it is, or because of some sort of formatting error in
> your config file.
Sorry, I cannnot find a formatting error in my config, I have only
commented out the line with external_parsers an edited the starting url.
Maybe I should get the source an compile the packet for my own.
-- Klaus Groeger Abacom Internet GmbH email@example.com Konrad-Zuse-Str. 1 fon: +49 5271 967 120 37671 Hoexter
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