[sword-devel] search failing in Hebrew modules
ransom1982 at gmail.com
Thu Jul 30 21:16:06 MST 2009
Hmm, seems you missed the part where searches with vowels work, but
searches without don't. eg,
And, as I noted, exactly the opposite occurs with diatheke, where
searches with vowels *don't* work, but searches without vowels do.
btw, if the "useless statements comment" is aimed at me, I wasn't
blaming anyone, except pointing out that it wasn't (imo) clucene.
On Fri, Jul 31, 2009 at 12:04 AM, Troy A. Griffitts<scribe at crosswire.org> wrote:
> SWORDWeb seems to work fine. I'd appreciate it if we could have
> construction fact input instead of useless statements like "it's SWORD's
> fault". Thanks.
> Anyone willing to put the time into investigating if proper UTF-8 is being
> sent into the SWORD engine from the copy and paste from Xiphos?
> Matthew Talbert wrote:
>>> I don't know for sure if this is the same bug, but I know that CLucene
>>> has severe issues (read: complete inability) with Unicode support. If
>>> you are using a CLucene indexed module, this could definitely be a
>>> contributing factor to the problem. In BibleTime we don't use SWORD's
>>> search features, we re-implement that ourselves with CLucene, and our
>>> result is a similar problem with Unicode modules that have indecies.
>> The searches work nearly the same for indexed and non-indexed
>> searches, so it's SWORD, not clucene. I would be interested in hearing
>> what Unicode issues clucene has. The only one I recall is the
>> inability to prefix a search with a wildcard (which is very useful for
>> languages such as French).
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