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htmerge(1)									       htmerge(1)

       htmerge - create document index and word database for the ht://Dig search engine

       htmerge [options]

       Htmerge is used to create a document index and word database from the files that were cre-
       ated by htdig. These databases are then used by htsearch to perform the actual searched.

       -a     Use alternate work files. Tells htdig to append .work to database files, causing	a
	      second  copy of the database to be built. This allows the original files to be used
	      by htsearch during the indexing run.

       -c configfile
	      Use the specified configfile instead of the default.

       -d     Prevent the document index from being created.

       -s     Print statistics about the document and word databases after htmerge has finished.

       -v     Run in verbose mode. This will provide some hints as to the progress of the  merge.
	      This  can be useful when running htmerge interactively since some parts (especially
	      the word database creation) can take a very long time.

       -w     Prevent the word database from being created.

       TMPDIR In addition to the command line options, the environment variable  TMPDIR  will  be
	      used  to	designate  the	directory  where intermediate files are stored during the
	      sorting process.

	      The default configuration file.

       Please  refer  to  the  HTML  pages  (in  the  htdig-doc  package)   /usr/share/doc/htdig-
       doc/html/index.html  and the manual pages htdig(1) and htsearch(1) for a detailed descrip-
       tion of ht://Dig and its commands.

       This manual page was written by Christian Schwarz, modified by Stijn de Bekker,	based  on
       the HTML documentation of ht://Dig.

					   21 July 1997 			       htmerge(1)
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