>>>>> "JW" == Jonathan Wallace <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
JW> Reading resource file: 9702/.wilma/mymailinglist.rc
JW> ... 9702/.wilma/mymailinglist.rc.gz: No such file or directory
Wilma tries to figure out the location of its config files from $0 and some
heuristics; it then calls MHonArc with this path as part of the -rcfile
parameter. You can hardcode the setting of *CFG_ROOT in the scripts if you
JW> Regardless of the above error/warning, WILMA seems to be indexing my
JW> archives as documented on the MHonArc web site with a maillist.html,
JW> thread.html, and message html files within a year/month directory
Well, Wilma does the directory structure itself; the MHonArc appearance is
probably some default.
JW> The majordomo archive site however, contains an archive page
JW> http://www.greatcircle.com/lists/majordomo-users/archive.html that has
JW> Yearly headings with monthly sub-headings. It's "by date" archive
JW> contains daily headings.
I wrote the MHonArc rc file myself; you can do the same if you like. I
doubt the sample rcfile in the distribution will match what I use at my
JW> Which operating system have you used this code on?
Dunno; Dave wrote that. I just use vi. Feel free to provide an
JW> Why not include the same reference to Section 5 as was done in Section
JW> These files were not provided [...]
XYX:sina:~/wilma-1.3> tar tfz ~ftp/pub/wilma/wilma-1.3.tgz
JW> What does "(not including the archive directory itself)" mean?
Wilma makes a whole bunch of archive directories holding individual monthly
MHonArc archives. You give the pathname to the directory holding all of
the archive directories.