make / a WordCharacter.
be careful though -- pay attention to EndCharacters and StartCharacters too.
and you might want to index it twice: once with the slash and once without. That
would require some filtering when indexing, but would provide more versatility
for searches. all depends on your application...
Ernest Frigola scribbled on 1/25/06 7:20 AM:
> I have a lot of HTML documents with titles like
> Word 123/1989 word word...
> Word 3/2005 word word...
> Word 3 word word 2005 ..
> If i search for "swish-e.exe -w 3/2005 -tH" Swish returns documents
> containing "3" and "2005" but i want to search the exact string:
> "3/2005" (in this example swish-e should return only the second
> How can I do this in swish-e?
> -- Ernest
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Received on Wed Jan 25 07:14:46 2006