I'm running swish-e 2.0. For a while now, I've been having
to work around a parsing problem, so I'd like some input from
the design team as to whether this is intentional or a bug.
Briefly, if NOT is the first term of a match string then
the string will fail. If something precedes it, then it
For instance, the following search string fails:
(not ada) and (software or fortran)
while this one succeeds:
(software or fortran) not ada
In fact, the simple string:
has to be re-written by the processing script as :
(a* or b* or c* or ... z*) not software
in order to produce any search results.
Bug or no?
Received on Mon Feb 12 19:32:49 2001