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Re: [help-GIFT] struggling with running GIFT...

From: ndesk1900
Subject: Re: [help-GIFT] struggling with running GIFT...
Date: Sun, 27 Jul 2008 00:18:00 -0400

Hello all,

Thanks for all the help.

So i downloaded a moonsock client, compared these output files as much as i could (really gets monotonous after awhile... :) ) and i found some major differences the gift server output. So this is the output right after i start the server and load the opening page of the moonsock client. [ my_queryout is my output and your_queryout is your's..., i have only pasted where i thought the difference in output starts ].

The opening page doesnt load for awhile and after i click on stop it appears SOMETIMES with the CORRECT collection names and algorithms. However, at this point if i click on get random images nothing happens... (i know, its quite wierd)...

This seems to be an error after which my output and your output seems to be going two different ways so i suspect there;s something wrong going on here...
"CAccessorAdminCollection.pre-cc:249:throwing AnVENotFound occured: I was looking for a proxy with the ID: mIDToProxy _c-01_ . This probably means that the collection with the ID c-01 is not described in your config file."

I overwrote your gift-config.mrml, just added one of my collections there. I am also attaching it in this email.

Any idea whatsoever?


On Wed, Jul 23, 2008 at 10:14 AM, Niles Johnson <address@hidden> wrote:
Hello all,

Thanks for the suggestions Henning; here is a copy of my
'gift-config.mrml'.  I think the "Separate Normalisation" algorithm is
essentially the same, but "Classical IDF" is listed in my copy but not
the one you sent.  I'm using version 0.1.14 of the GIFT, but not the
latest from CVS--I downloaded this version in the summer of 2007.  I
would like to try re-compiling and installing, but I haven't worked up
the courage yet :)

Could you say a little more about removing the perl link algorithm?
Even though I've commented it out in my 'gift-config.mrml', GIFT is
still testing 'libGIFTAcPerl' and 'libGIFTQuPerl' on startup.  This
doesn't seem to stop the GIFT from working, but it might still be nice
to skip them.

Neville, how does this compare with your 'gift-config.mrml'?


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