from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A subdivision of a computer directory.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A directory located inside another directory.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. (computer science) a directory that is listed in another directory
Apparently the fact that WordPress was installed in a subdirectory is causing the problem.
Using the script I present here, the convert extension would create a branch according to the name of the branches / subdirectory, which is fine.
If you use treeview and navigate to a subdirectory and hit paste, guess what's happening?
Obviously, replace “yourdomainname” and “subdirectory” with the actual domain name and subdirectory name you used.
Take the old pure-humor posts and put them in their own blog, in a subdirectory of johnnybtruant. com, as an archive.
There are no subdirectories, per se, but it's easy to build subdirectory translation into filenames, and the third party client software we used can simulate folders pretty simply.
Having done that, the index tags would appear in the command line interface or the FUSE interface as directories with a rather different structure to those coming from snapshot tags: rather than containing all the dated snapshots plus a symlink called "latest", they would contain a subdirectory for each metadata key that has ever been used in the index name, type, client, archived-on, etc.
One can then tell Ugarit to "archive" a subdirectory of a filesystem into a given index, along with a set of key-value metadata describing it.
And probably put htaccess in every single subdirectory **sigh**
Of interest: # A keyword in the filename portion of the URL is more beneficial than in a directory/subdirectory name.
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