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Re: [Axiom-developer] Re: literate programming pamphletfilesforMathActi
Re: [Axiom-developer] Re: literate programming pamphletfilesforMathAction
Sun, 03 Oct 2004 17:06:49 -0400
OK, thanks. It works now. I was "fooled" by the Undefined Archive Search page:
it is not a 404, but a genuine, workable page with search buttons, etc (when I
looked at the URL *refreshed* by the site, it begins and ends correctly)! So I
typed in the keyword and chose parameters and the URL string looks fine --
except that in the URL, the idxname was replaced by "undefined" instead of
"axiom-developer". I think the site should return a URL not found rather than a
working page. Or, at the very least, the "link" to "Undefined Archive" should
give an appropriate message, or that page should give a choice of idxnames.
Will read these more fully when I can get around to them. After sampling a few
old messages, I do recall these discussions (I have been reading roughly 90% of
the discussions, though some more carefully than others).
Bill Page wrote:
> On Sunday, October 03, 2004 10:21 AM William Sit wrote:
> > ...
> > Unfortunately,
> > (1) The search page produce no document:
> > Search String: hyperdoc [How to search]
> > Results:
> > References: [ (can't open the index) ]
> > No document matching your query.
> > Do I have to login in?
> No you don't have to log in. But do be sure that you use the
> full url. It should start with http:// and end with &sort=score
> If you are using an email program that allows you to just "click
> the link" perhaps it was split across two or more lines - this
> happens in a lot of email packages with plain ascii messages
> and long urls.
> The full url works fine for me, but I get exactly the message you
> show if I use a url that (incorrectly) ends at query=hyperdoc
> Bill Page.
Department of Mathematics.........Email: address@hidden
City College of New York.....................Tel: 212-650-5179
Convent Ave at West 138th Street.............Fax: 212-862-0004
New York, NY 10031.......Axiom, A Scientific Computation Sytem
Re: [Axiom-developer] Re: literate programming pamphlet files for MathAction, Stephen Wilson, 2004/10/01
RE: [Axiom-developer] Re: literate programming pamphlet files for MathAction, Page, Bill, 2004/10/04