On Wed, 15 May 2002, Gilles Detillieux wrote:
> with it, though, because this seemingly random indetation that the code
> is slowly but surely taking on is making it extremely hard to read and
> walk through. I think manual code walkthroughs are a powerful way of
> finding bugs, and anything that hinders this process will be a real
> detriment to the maintainability of the code. So, what's it going to be?
> E.g. Geoff's code seems to use indent spacing of 2, but with an extra
> level of indentation for braces. Consistency in indent spacing would be
I agree totally that manual browsing the code is useful and the
indentation changes can slow this down. I stick with the emacs default
indent style because the indent spacing of 2 keeps the lines from wrapping
too much. I find the space for the brace to be a little easier on my eyes,
but I could care less.
In any case, we can probably use "indent" to clean up some of the current
mess and I'm certainly willing to change my indent style if people wish.
I ran into indexing file:// urls with htdig ( htdig-3.20b3).
The same file is indexed properly with http:// urls with
With file:// all lines are appended together with no line breaks between
consecutive lines, resulting in incorrect word sequences. With certain
the word becomes so long that it takes forever to index the file. When it is
done, I suspect the resulting index would not be correct.
The same file is read correctly using http:// urls with local_urls. I
have attached files
which illustrate the problem.
/usr/local/htdig/htdig/bin/htdig -v -v -v -v -a -m urllist \
-c /usr/local/htdig/htdig/conf/htdig.conf > htdig.log
This should be easy to fix if it is not fixed already.
According to Rajendra Inamdar:
> I ran into indexing file:// urls with htdig ( htdig-3.20b3).
> The same file is indexed properly with http:// urls with
> With file:// all lines are appended together with no line breaks between
> consecutive lines, resulting in incorrect word sequences. ...
Fixed in July of last year. Try a recent 3.2.0b4 snapshot from
Gilles R. Detillieux E-mail: <grdetil@...>
Spinal Cord Research Centre WWW: http://www.scrc.umanitoba.ca/
Dept. Physiology, U. of Manitoba Winnipeg, MB R3E 3J7 (Canada)