[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]
RE: FW: exclude
- From: DEVOS BASTIEN <bastien.devos@xxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 27 Jun 2001 10:45:02 +0200
- X-ml-name: namazu-users-en
- X-mail-count: 00137
Does anybody have an idea ?
(B> -----Original Message-----
(B> From: DEVOS BASTIEN [SMTP:bastien.devos.gbp00180@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
(B> Sent: Monday, June 25, 2001 4:35 PM
(B> To: 'namazu-users-en@xxxxxxxxxx'
(B> Subject: RE: FW: exclude
(B> it works, thanks.
(B> Another question: what's the difference between root and a common user
(B> running mknmz ?
(B> When I run mknmz with my username , I get :
(B> "Can't locate gettext.pl in @INC (...)"
(B> when I do a "locate gettext.pl", I get "/usr/share/namazu/pl/gettext.pl",
(B> which is effectively not in @INC.
(B> the difference is that when I run exactly the same command with root,
(B> runs fine.
(B> In fact I try to automate the use of mknmz in a PHP Document Manager, in
(B> order to update the index when uploading a file. mknmz runs fine, but skip
(B> some files, like word documents. I tried in command-line with -V and I've
(B> noticed that it was gettext.pl ...etc.
(B> any idea ?
(B> > -----Original Message-----
(B> > From: knok@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [SMTP:knok@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]
(B> > Sent: Monday, June 25, 2001 11:13 AM
(B> > To: namazu-users-en@xxxxxxxxxx
(B> > Subject: Re: FW: exclude
(B> > In article <4DB8126073BCD411B96700508BEF2E78221C41@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
(B> > bastien.devos@xxxxxx writes:
(B> > >> somebody could help on this point ?
(B> > >> is it something like "... --exclude='\..*'..." ? but this doesn't
(B> > ...
(B> > How about --exclude '/\.' ?
(B> > --
(B> > NOKUBI Takatsugu
(B> > E-mail: knok@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
(B> > knok@xxxxxxxxxx / knok@xxxxxxxxxx