Subject: Re: [htdig] Searching for "All" versus "Any"
Date: Mon Apr 03 2000 - 07:41:15 PDT
On Mon, Apr 03, 2000 at 09:01:23AM -0500, Geoff Hutchison wrote:
> What did it return for the LOGICAL_WORDS for both searches? Are they
> roughly the same? These are the core boolean expressions used for
> each search. It's possible if there were a few fuzzy matches that the
> expression wasn't quite what you wanted (in which case it's a bug).
LOGICAL_WORDS for the ALL search = Littérature and francophone and virtuelle
LOGICAL_WORDS for the ANY search = Littérature or francophone or virtuelle
FWIW, I'm only using exact searching right now... I'm having a little trouble figuring htfuzzy out when using the ispell french stuff.
> The other thing to try is to set match_method each way and run
> htsearch -vvv from the command line and take a look at the info that
> comes up--it's not much, but it should show how the fuzzy algorithms
> are working.
seems to be working properly... here's the output:
[ccouple1@tumbleweed bin]$ /home/httpd/cgi-bin/htsearch -c /usr/local/htdig/conf
Enter value for words: Littérature francophone virtuelle
tempWords: 'littérature:0 francophone:0 virtuelle:0 '
Boolean: 'littérature:0 &:0 francophone:0 &:0 virtuelle:0 '
Fuzzy on: littérature
searchWords: 'littérature:0 '
searchWords: 'littérature:0 &:0 '
Fuzzy on: francophone
searchWords: 'littérature:0 &:0 francophone:0 '
searchWords: 'littérature:0 &:0 francophone:0 &:0 '
Fuzzy on: virtuelle
searchWords: 'littérature:0 &:0 francophone:0 &:0 virtuelle:0 '
LogicalWords: littérature and francophone and virtuelle
Thanks for your help,
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