Subject: Re: [htdig] Directory Argument to htdig
From: Douglas Kline (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Dec 22 2000 - 13:11:01 PST
OK. Thanks for the info. I actually hadn't guessed what it would do. The
concept of matching the pattern at the beginning of each pathname explains it.
On Thu, 21 Dec 2000, Douglas Kline wrote:
> > indexed all the files in the directory argument. Is this is what is to be
> > expected when a directory is given as argument to htdig, that it will index
> > the files in that directory's tree?
> What is to be expected, is that if you pass a URL to start_url, it will
> index all URLs from that initial one, as long as they fall within the
> limit_urls_to attribute.
> By default, if you pass a directory to start_url, it will do what you
> describe--follow links for everything in that directory and all
> sub-directories (since they'll match tha pattern).
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