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Odd result with searching multiple indexes

From: Bill Moseley <moseley(at)not-real.hank.org>
Date: Fri Sep 22 2000 - 04:29:01 GMT
Hi,

I'm seeing something odd when searching two indexes:

Take a look at the following two "# Search words:" headers from searching
two indexes.  Any idea what "precd" is and why it's there?

Thanks,

(I removed a few headers like wordcharacters for easier reading)

./swish-e -w 'keywords = ("sodium in that food from")' -f index.swish-e
index.new

# Swish-e format 2.0
# 
# Name: (no name)
# Saved as: index.swish-e index.new
# Counts: 22002 words, 6422 files
# Indexed on: 17/09/2000 07:34:05 PDT
# Description: (no description)
# Pointer: (no pointer)
# Maintained by: (no maintainer)
# DocumentProperties: Enabled
# Stemming Applied: 1
# SWISH format 2.0
# Search words: keywords = ( " sodium in that food from " )
err: no results
# Search words: ( keywords = ( ( sodium precd in precd that precd food
precd from ) ) )
# Number of hits: 1
1000 ../docs/001741.html "Fast Food Facts - Interactive Food Finder" 1397
.

BTW -- do you think

   # Swish-e format 2.0

Should be

# Swish-e format: 2.0

so it matches all the other headers?



Bill Moseley
mailto:moseley@hank.org
Received on Fri Sep 22 04:29:39 2000