[Mailman-Users] Online archive contains odd strings like"%(indexing_disable)s"

Mark Sapiro mark at msapiro.net
Mon Mar 12 20:50:42 CET 2012

Rosenbaum, Larry M. wrote:

>For some of our lists, the web interface for the archives are peppered with various strings like %(indexing_disable)s and %(htsearch)s.  The lists were recently migrated from a Solaris 9 box to a RHEL6 box.  Rebuilding the archives doesn't fix the problem.  What do we need to do to fix it?
>We are running Mailman v2.1.12 with htDig integration.

If rebuilding the archive doesn't fix it, something is wrong with your
htDig integration.

Those replacements are in the htDig integration version of the archive
templates and they should be properly replaced as messages are
archived or as the archive is being rebuilt.

If you run bin/arch --wipe on a list's archive, it *should* fix it. If
it doesn't, but newly archived posts are OK, I can't understand what
would be wrong. If newly archived posts also have uninterpolated
replacements, then something is missing from htDig integration.

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