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1 # $Id: sman-defaults.conf,v 1.33 2006/05/02 02:09:18 joshr Exp $
2 # by Josh Rabinowitz, 2005-2006. <joshr>
3 # this is the default sman configuration file.
4 # if you need to make changes, copy this file to
5 # /usr/local/etc/sman.conf and make changes to that file.
6 # NOTE: if you do use a custom sman.conf you may need to manually
7 # NOTE: merge changes from this file to your configuration file
8 # NOTE: after upgrading sman versions
10 # See 'perldoc sman.conf' for more documentation
12 # sman-defaults.conf
13 # holds the defaults for sman.
14 # the directive names are case-insensitive
16 SWISHECMD @SW@ -v 0
18 # MANCMD specifies how to manually convert the manpages to
19 # ASCII. For 'manual' parsing.
20 # %F is the quoted full [F]ilename of the manpage (ie, '/usr/share/man/man1/ls.1.gz)
21 # %S is the quoted [S]ection of the manpage (ie, '1')
22 # %C is the quoted (apparent) [C]ommand of the manpage (ie, 'ls')
24 # NOTE: lack of a MANCMD (or a value of AUTOCONFIG) causes sman-update
25 # to autoconfigure the value of MANCMD. It will most likely choose
26 # one of the below:
28 # this works for most linuxes we've tested. ie 'man /man/man1/ls.1'
29 # MANCMD man -c %F
30 # this works for freebsd 4.4 and Mac OS X. ie 'man 1 ls'
31 #MANCMD man -c %S %C
32 # -c means reparse man page sources (for line re-wrapping)
34 # works for Solaris and OS X
35 MANCMD man -s %S %C
37 # the COL program is used to strip out backspaces and
38 # such from the MAN output.
40 COLCMD col -b
42 # all vars starting with ENV_ get set in the
43 # environment, sans the ENV_ prefix.
45 # Try to make MAN wrap lines at 256 chars (not 80!)
46 ENV_MANWIDTH 256
48 # where to put sman's temp files.
49 # (Use SWISHE_TMPDIR to set affect SWISH-E at index time)
51 TMPDIR /tmp
53 # meta and property aliases. If your XML has different tags.
54 # refentrytitle, manvolnum and refpurpose are the names from rman
55 # each ALIASES line turns into 2 lines for SWISH-E like this:
56 #MetaNameAlias swishtitle refentrytitle
57 #PropertyNameAlias swishtitle refentrytitle
59 TITLEALIASES RefEntryTitle
60 SECALIASES ManVolNum
61 DESCALIASES RefPurpose
62 #MANPAGEALIASES swishdefault
64 # All parameters beginning with SWISHE_ have the SWISHE_ prefix stripped
65 # and are written into a tmp config file for SWISH-E at index time.
67 # SWISHE_IndexFile is also used by sman as which index to search.
69 # SWISHE_IndexFile specifies which index to create and search
70 # NOTE: if the containing dir (ie, /var/lib/sman) is owned by an unprivileged
71 # user, then sman-update can be run as that user.
73 SWISHE_IndexFile /var/lib/sman/sman.index
75 # these have 'SWISHE_' stripped off and are used
76 # when indexing the man pages.
78 SWISHE_IndexComments no
79 # don't index text in comments
81 # These are important! You probably don't want to mess with these.
82 SWISHE_IndexPointer "format=%V;"
83 # for future use. %V becomes $Sman::SMAN_DATA_VERSION
84 #SWISHE_FuzzyIndexingMode Stem
85 # above was deprecated in 2.4.3, does not work in 2.4.4
86 SWISHE_FuzzyIndexingMode Stemming_en2
87 SWISHE_MetaNames desc sec swishtitle manpage digest
88 SWISHE_PropertyNames desc sec manpage digest
90 # SWISHE_IgnoreWords File: ./stopwords/english.txt
91 # allow _ and : but not /
92 # .'s in middle of word are word chars, for files like 'named.conf'.
93 SWISHE_WordCharacters 0123456789abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz_:.
94 SWISHE_BeginCharacters 0123456789abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz_:
95 SWISHE_EndCharacters 0123456789abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz_:
96 SWISHE_IgnoreTotalWordCountWhenRanking 0