Is the colon always at the end of the word? If so, add colon to the
IGNORELASTCHAR macro in config.h.
#define IGNORELASTCHAR ";.,')\""
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Sent: Thursday, July 29, 1999 11:41 AM
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I am a new user of swish and I would like some advice on using it.
I am using it to index source code for my project team and it seams to not
index all of the words.
If it matters we are using Objective C.
For example I can do a earch for a method name like "init" and I get results
but if I do a search for a method name like "initWithEditingContext:" I get
no results. Now the "initWithEditingContext:" method exists in hundreds of
places in our code. As far as the config files go I have basically set up
"right out of the box" is there someting I am doing wrong? Could it have
something to do with the " : " (colons) we use in our methods?
thanks for any help
Jerry E. Porter
Tensor Information Systems, Inc.
1200 Summit Ave. Suite 770
Fort Worth, TX 76102
Received on Thu Jul 29 18:23:04 1999