Re: htdig: c++ vs c , and how reliable is htdig


webmaster@www.nisu.flinders.edu.au
Fri, 3 Jul 1998 10:03:46 +0930 (CST)


On 2 Jul, Mike Dagan wrote:
> Hi,
>
> 1) I get the same results when searching for "c++" and "c". Is there any
> thing i can do to be able to search for "c++". I tried using the
> valid_punctuation to include + but still i cant get matches for c++.

>From my reading of the documentation, adding the + in valid_punctuation
will cause it to be 'deleted from the document before determining what
a word is'. So I think you would not want to use that. Also, check that
your minimum_word_length in the configuration file is not set to some
value >3 which would also exclude c++ from being indexed.

Note that you will need to re-dig after changing either of the above to
rebuild your index.

> 2) I wonder if any one using htdig in environment with above 500,000
> searches
> a day.
> How reliable is it?
>
> Thaks,
> Ofer.

Can't help there - mine is more like 50 a day ;-)

Cheers

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