Subject: [htdig3-dev] Re: ParseTree sketch
From: Loic Dachary (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Apr 19 2000 - 01:17:54 PDT
Geoff Hutchison writes:
> At 9:29 AM +0200 4/17/00, Loic Dachary wrote:
> > I recently implemented a search algorithm (in the current mifluz package
> >from CVS file mifluz/test/search.cc) and found that it was convinient that
> I'll take a look. I'm not entirely sure you really want all the
> WordList methods in a ParseTree though. I can see that you might want
> the interior data (e.g. word records) available as a WordList. But I
> don't see when you would want the entire tree to look this way.
It's not the WordList it's the WordSearchDescription class (the cursor
that walks the WordList).
> I mean, as I'm envisioning it, the ParseTree will hold not only the
> WordReferences (temporarily), but the lists of results. This way the
> class could cache either set (or both), either the individual
> queries, or up at the top of the tree, the entire user query.
It makes sense.
-- Loic Dachary
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