>> anyhow, here's what I'm trying to do:
>> swishe -w "(level1=(x or y or z) or level2=(q or r or s)) and (target1 =
>> m)" -f myindex
>I think that would be:
>-w "level1=(x or y or z) or level2=(q or r or s) and target1=m"
I should probably clarify what I'm doing:
I'm constructing the queries on-the-fly, and the reason for that extra set
of parentheses around the (target1=m) is there because in many situations, I
actually have something like (target1=m or target2=n) ... I didn't try to
get fancy and reduce the number of parentheses if there was only a single
metatag being used in a search.
I actually construct much more complex queries than these two examples, my
primary concern was whether I had the syntax down correctly. I ran a few
searches where the results don't jibe with what they should be. Usually
these were more complex queries involving four or so meta tag combinations.
Received on Wed Jun 9 13:25:18 1999