Monday, November 08, 2010 at 12:05 AM.


on indexCurrentPage (adrPageTable, siteName, adrStopWords=nil) {
	<<Call this script from your finalFilter.
		<<This will keep your site's index up-to-date.
		<<Whenever you build a page, the index is updated.
	if defined (adrPageTable^.requestHeaders) { //is this a dynamic page?
		return (false)}; //only index when writing to disk, not during dynamic generation
	local (url, title, pageText);
	local (adrIndex, adrPreviews);
	local (adrPage = adrPageTable^.adrObject);
	local (flDynamic = false);
	adrIndex = searchEngine.getIndexAddress (siteName);
	adrPreviews = searchEngine.getPreviewsAddress (siteName);
	if adrStopWords == nil {
		adrStopWords =};
	bundle { //from where do we get the page text?
		case typeOf (adrPage^) {
			stringType {
		else {
			flDynamic = true}; //use the rendered text rather than the text of the page source
		if not (html.getPagePref ("regularIndex", adrPage)) {
			flDynamic = true}};
	<<Set the indexThisPage directive to false to skip a page.
	if not (html.getPref ("indexThisPage", adrPageTable)) {
		return (false)}; //don't index this page
	bundle { //get the text of the page
		if flDynamic {
			pageText = adrPageTable^.renderedText}
		else {
			pageText = string (adrPage^)}};
	bundle { //get the url and title of the page
		url = adrPageTable^.url;
		title = adrPageTable^.title};
	msg ("Search Engine: Indexing: " + adrPage);
	<<Create a preview for this page.
		<<This should always be done before adding a page to the index.
	searchEngine.createPreview (pageText, title, url, adrPage, adrPreviews, ());
	<<Add the page to the index.
		<<It's okay to call this verb if the page has been indexed before.
	searchEngine.indexPage (adrPage, url, title, pageText, adrIndex, adrStopWords);
	<<Save the guest database containing the index.
	searchEngine.saveIndex (siteName, adrIndex);
	return (true)}

This listing is for code that runs in the OPML Editor environment. I created these listings because I wanted the search engines to index it, so that when I want to look up something in my codebase I don't have to use the much slower search functionality in my object database. Dave Winer.