Functionally, I have crossed a bug. But I can't say I like the API that much
- it functions more like a Perl module rather than a PHP module. Normally,
PHP modules are engineered just a thin wrapper around the C equivalent
functions. The official SWISH-E PHP extension returns objects that have
methods written in C. It's a little different to program with that a
standard PHP extension would be.
Normally in PHP, you would do something like:
$hSwishe = swishe_create("index1", "index2");
Where swishe_create() would return a resource rather than an object. I guess
the design decision was to make it as close the Perl API as possible though,
Is there going to be a SWISH-E API for indexing as well?
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> Is anyone using the PHP module from CVS?
> Any feedback is welcome.
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