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Problem with the -L option

From: Patrick Mouret <patrick.mouret(at)not-real.imtf.ie>
Date: Wed Dec 11 2002 - 19:00:59 GMT
Hi,

I have the same problem as the one described some time ago
by Frits van Latum (fritsvanlatum@planet.nl) in this mailing list.

Swish-e does not handle the -L option correctly when using -L more
that once in the same query
(e.g. -w f1=(data1) -L f2 '>=' "data2" -L f3 '>=' "data3").

In my database, there are no STRINGs bigger than "data3". I am sure of
that.
When I run the query above, I get more hits than when I run
-w f1=(data1) f3=(data3) -L f2 '>=' "data2" 

Swish-e gives too many results.

I am running version 2.2.1.

Regards,
Patrick



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