[Spambayes] Using sb_upload.py
tameyer at ihug.co.nz
Fri Sep 17 03:06:43 CEST 2004
> The problem is, I don't want to have to kill the proxy in
> order to train from my drag-n-drop application. If I were to develop
> a means for sb_server users to train from the command line and
> provide a patch, which approach would you prefer? I was wondering
> if a patch providing -s and -g for sb_upload would be the right thing.
I suppose so. Skip wrote (and uses?) sb_upload, so I guess he would have
the definitive answer.
FWIW, all you should need to do is change "/upload" on line 134 to "/train"
and add in whether it's ham or spam ('?which=Train%20as%20Spam' or something
like that, I think) and that should do it. Plus the extra command line arg
stuff, of course.
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