CVS 2.5 version contains the fix. It also has some other
fixes for bugs reported by Ander (thanks Ander).
Test with current cvs version. But keep in mind that this piece
of code is very experimental. Perhaps Ander can tell us about
On 6 Jan 2004 at 13:01, Bill Moseley wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 06, 2004 at 06:58:38AM -0800, Patrick O'Lone wrote:
> > Hello,
> > What does the --enable-incremental option do? There's really no
> > documentation around about it. Also, in src/config.h, there is an
> > option called USE_BTREE - is that experimental as well or any better
> > for larger indexes? Thanks for any responses!
> --enable-incremental enables the USE_BTREE backend, and allows
> *adding* new data to the index (there's no way to "update" the index
> by removing old data). It's should be useful for things like mail
> archives that continue to grow.
> > BTW - I couldn't compile the program with the --enable-incremental,
> > it died while compiling src/db_write.c, on line 743. I'm sure it's
> > because a pointer to SWISHE *sw is not available locally to the
> > setTotalWordsPerFile() function call.
> Yes, I see that error, too. Jose, can you take a look?
> Bill Moseley
Received on Wed Jan 7 18:25:05 2004