On Thu, Jul 22, 2004 at 01:36:11PM -0700, Bill Moseley wrote:
> > swish-e -w 'firstname.lastname@example.org' -f /data1/index_swish-e
> > # SWISH format: 2.4.2
> > # Search words: email@example.com
> > # Removed stopwords:
> > err: Wildcard not allowed within a word
> Believe the error message.
> Wild cards are at the end of words.
Okay, my bad. I just read through a bunch of posts to the mailing list
too, and I see that only a trailing wildcard is currently recognized.
Is there anything I can do to the search parser code, to make this happen,
no matter how brute-force? I can't afford to regenerate indexes with
reversed strings right now. It took 6 days to generate the indexes: 64
indexes for about 140G worth of text. :)
And, additionally, is there a way to test for the _existence_ of a meta
field, no matter what the contents? For example, "from=*" would only hit
when a "from" meta was there? (This will let me distinguish between email
and non-email in my indexes.)
Thanks very much!
Open Source Development Lab
Received on Thu Jul 22 13:50:12 2004