Just one thought so far:
If the Perl API has changed, probably
$SWISH::API::Version should be updated too? It still
reads 0.01, same as the version that shipped with
--- Bill Moseley <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Swish-e 2.4.1 is available for download. This is a
> minor update with a
> few bug fixes and additions to the C API and related
> Perl module. Most
> users of 2.4.0 will not have a need to upgrade.
> Version 2.4.1 - December 17, 2003
> * Added new example CGI script
> search.cgi is a new skeleton CGI script that
> uses SWISH::API for
> searching. It is installed in the same
> location as swish.cgi.
> * Add Fuzzy access to C and Perl interfaces
> Added a number of functions to the C API
> (and SWISH::API) to access
> the stemmer used when indexing a given
> * Commas in numbers
> Added commas to summary display at end of
> * Insert whitespace between tags
> Parser.c was updated to flush the text
> buffer before and after every
> (non-inline HTML) tag.
> The problem was that:
> would index as a single word "foobarbaz".
> * DirTree.pl
> DirTree.pl was updated to work with
> SWISH::Filter and to work on
> Windows. DirTree.pl is a program to fetch
> files from the file system
> and works with the -S prog input method.
> * Problem with --enable-incremental option
> Fixed configure script to build incremental
> option. Note that this
> is still experimental. But testers are
> * headers.c bug
> Mark Fletcher with the help of valgrind
> found a bug in headers.c
> function SwishIndexHeaderNames used by the C
> * Clarify documentation regarding search order
> At the prompting of Doralyn Rossmann updated
> SEARCH.pod to try and
> make the explanation of searching clearer,
> and to fix an error in
> the description of nested searches.
> Bill Moseley
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Received on Fri Dec 19 13:51:16 2003