ok, so just to make sure i do this correctly, i will build two indexes
with 2.4.4, the smaller test, and the full.
then, i will do -T INDEX_WORDS > a file for each and look at how the
phrase (Corey Rich) is represented?
also, something in the back of my head is screaming "stemming" at me, but
i am not sure why... maybe just a migraine.
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On Wed, 8 Nov 2006, Bill Moseley wrote:
> On Wed, Nov 08, 2006 at 01:01:56PM -0500, Brad Miele wrote:
>> ok, i will start on some of this at some point. in the short term,
>> however, rolling back to 2.4.3 has fixed the problem and i am going to
>> push new indexes to my production servers. My question is now is, when i
>> roll the swish-e back from 2.4.4 to 2.4.3 on the production machines,
>> should i replace the perl stuff? I know i can't make use of Peter's SAS
>> stuff, but i am going to stick with SWISH::API in the short term anyway.
> Peter will have to answer this -- I'm not remembering any changes to
> the C interface, though, and thus the perl modules should be
> compatible. Again, Peter will need to confirm.
>> bill, i will follow your suggestions below when i have some time to chase
>> this further, but it seems to be some version wonkiness.
> There were some changes to the search code -- but I'd really want to
> know first that the words were indexed and placed in the index before
> looking for problems in the search code.
> Bill Moseley
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