Esa Ahola (email@example.com)
Fri, 28 Nov 1997 01:50:33 -0500 (EST)
> 1. Yank GDBM and substitute Berkeley DB in Btree mode. Random index
> and sorted index in one!
This was easier than I thought, and I don't even speak C++. Kudos aplenty
to your exceptionally clear code!
I have implemented a prototype "prefix" fuzzy algorithm. Works wonders
so far in limited testing; see
Seems that additional configuration variables are in order, such as max
prefix matches and minimum prefix length (one or two-character prefixes
will be rather hopeless with large databases.)
This is exciting; I think prefix matching is by far the most useful fuzzy
-- Esa Ahola firstname.lastname@example.org
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