Subject: RE: [htdig3-dev] [3.2.0b2] AND operator not working as it should?
From: Quim Sanmarti (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Aug 25 2000 - 09:35:34 PDT
> As far as a "near" operator, I gave up all hope of adding it to parser.cc
> and would much rather replace the whole mess so we can add "near" in a
> sensible way. (Which may or may not be ParseTree, though you no longer
> voice objections to the scheme.)
Sorry. I was out of context. Of course, I was thinking about ParseTree...
or my next contribution 8-).
I just stopped being a pain about operator precedences or n-arities. It was
not the point. The point is, I believe, that the search query framework
should be as independent as possible from the user query language.
Oh, I'm too impatient. Perhaps I shouldn't do it now and here, but I annex
a draft of my concept, in C++ :-). Incomplete, uncommented, doesn't
compile, but I hope more expressive than my English.
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