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


   htsearch [options] [query_string]


   Htsearch is used to sift through the  databases created  by  htdig  for
   content.  It is the actual search engine of the htdig search system. It
   is a CGI program that is expected to be invoked by  an  HTML  form.  It
   will  accept  both  the GET and POST methods of passing data to the CGI


          A CGI-style query string can be given as a single argument,  and
          is  only  used if the REQUEST_METHOD environment variable is not
          set.  If no query_string is given,  and  REQUEST_METHOD  is  not
          set, htsearch will prompt for the query.

   -c configfile
          Use  the  specified  configfile  instead  of  the  default  (for
          security reasons this option is only available when htsearch  is
          used on the command line).

   -v -d  Run  in  verbose  mode.   This  increases  the  verbosity of the
          program.   Using  more  than  2  is  probably  only  useful  for
          debugging  purposes.   The default verbose mode gives a progress
          on what it is doing and where it is.


          The default configuration file.

          The default search results header file

          The default search results footer file

          The default search  results  wrapper  file,  that  contains  the
          header and footer together in one file

          The default 'no matches found' HTML file

          The default file that explains boolean expression syntax errors


   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 htmerge(1) for a detailed description of ht://Dig and its commands.


   This  manual  page was written by Stijn de Bekker and updated by Robert
   Ribnitz. It is based on the HTML documentation of ht://Dig.

                            6 October 2001                     htsearch(1)


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