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Re: Python Wrapper

From: Stephan Diehl <stephan.diehl(at)not-real.gmx.net>
Date: Sat Nov 16 2002 - 21:52:32 GMT
On Saturday 16 November 2002 21:20, you wrote:
> At 10:40 AM 11/16/02 -0800, Stephan Diehl wrote:
> >I'm in the process of writing a python wrapper for swish-e.
> >swish-e is from CVS (today). Absolutely surprising, I could create a kind
> > of python module very quickly with the help of swig.
> >By the way, swish-e.h misses a line
> >#define IN_FILE_BIT 0
>
> I left that out on purpose.  I think it's actually going away soon (we have
> been discussing modifying the structure bits to save space and offer more
> features).

Well, I couldn't compile without it :-)

>
> >Now, when doing a search, I get a warning:
> >Warning: Failed to uncompress Property. zlib uncompress returned: -3.
> >uncompressed size: 2756 buf_len: -1073745736
>
> Well, I'm not sure about that.  Are you indexing and searching with the
> same exact versions?  Do you get the same error when running the swish-e
> binary?  There were some updates to the property compression code lately,
> so that might be related.

You are dead on. I didn't think about using the CVS version as well for 
indexing. It works now.

>
> When debugging the perl module I was using the libtest.c program (make
> libtest in the src directory) and gdb.
>
> >My System is:
> >Debian testing/unstable kernel 2.2.19pre17 (should do an upgrade :-)
>
> Yea Debian!  But I'm running 2.4.18 (but not related to your problem).

So, this was frightingly easy. Now comes the hard part. I need to figure out 
what all this funny little functions are for and what they are doing :-)
Stay tuned.
Received on Sat Nov 16 21:56:11 2002