dmsmith at crosswire.org
Wed Aug 31 07:47:17 MST 2011
User's typically input decomposed text for a search request. The module is typically composed text. When creating a lucene index is the text decomposed and then stripped? (I don't remember seeing that in the code.)
On Aug 31, 2011, at 9:21 AM, Troy A. Griffitts wrote:
> Quickly before posting, this data is not entirely accurate.
> I've posted this a number of times and hope frontends have taken this to
> SWORD has the concept of preparing a text for searching.
> Modules can add StripFilters to do whatever preparation they want to do
> for searching.
> SWModule makes this processing available for not just the module text,
> but also for any buffer that might want to be prepared exactly the same
> way (SWModule::StripText)
> It is highly recommended that frontend developers use this method on the
> user inputted search term.
> On 31/08/11 05:55, David Haslam wrote:
>> Thanks DM.
>> The responses in this thread are really informative. Could we post them
>> somewhere in the wiki, please?
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