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Re: Query parsing

From: Dave Moreau <davidjmoreau(at)not-real.hotmail.com>
Date: Tue Mar 02 2004 - 05:27:22 GMT
On Mon, 1 Mar 2004 21:07:42 -0800 Bill Moseley wrote:
>
>On Mon, Mar 01, 2004 at 07:32:26PM -0800, Dave Moreau wrote:
> > I've been trying different queries and I noticed the following behavior 
>on
> > some silly query:
> >
> > meta1=(foo meta2=bar blah) --> meta1=foo meta2=bar swishdefault=blah
> >
> > The part on the right is what I understand to be an equivalent query in
> > swish-e based on observed behavior. The problem is the CGI script does 
>not
> > realize that blah is in swishdefault and does not highlight blah for the
> > query on the left. It seems the parsing in swish-e and in the CGI script 
>are
> > different.
> >
> > Any comments or explanation?
>
>Yes, they are very different.

It seems to me like 'blah' should be in meta1 in the query, but it is 
probably silly to discuss because anyone using such a query deserves to get 
wrong results!

I only asked cuz i'm working on my own PHP highlighting. I'll follow the 
swish-e parsing there instead of the CGI.

dave

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Received on Mon Mar 1 21:27:22 2004