[development] Attachment Indexing module.
kkaefer at gmail.com
Thu Mar 9 20:04:11 UTC 2006
I'd say that the list column of each file corresponds either to the file id
or is 0 if the user has chosen to not list file. The reason why it's not 1
if it is listed is probably for sorting purposes (so that later uploaded
files are displayed at the bottom). However, I'm not quite sure about that.
Correct me if I am wrong.
2006/3/9, Adam Cooper <adam.j.cooper at gmail.com>:
> Thanks for the pointer. I had no idea where to look for 'contrib' so I
> had a rummage through cvs and found it. It seems that a lot of the
> projects in cvs aren't listed on the projects->cvs page.
> I've had a look at the upload_indexer module and it does fit my needs
> quite closely, however it would need to be converted to 4.7 and IMHO
> my current backend interface is quite a bit more polished and useable.
> It's a bit of a halfway house, do I take the indexing functions from
> the upload_indexer module and add them to my module or take my
> interface and add it to the upload_indexer module :-$.
> + I want to add flexinode upload indexing so I so that would mean even
> more modifications to the current module, whereas mine is already
> halfway there.
> Any hints on listed vs. unlisted files?
> On 3/9/06, Moshe Weitzman <weitzman at tejasa.com> wrote:
> > > I am currently writing an attachment indexing module. I've tried the
> > > swish-e module (and even converted it to 4.7) but it doesn't do what I
> > > would like it to do. I want all my search results to be integrated,
> > > not in separate tabs.
> > also see upload_indexer module in contrib. it might just do what you
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