I recently started using Swish-E for indexing some HTML content. The
indexing works just fine, but I'm still struggling with the search part
using the command line.
In the HTML I index, there are a lot of HTML entities embedded. So far, no
problem as everything indexes just fine.
However, if I want to do a search, the command line doesn't accept html
entities in the search string, but requires the original unicode characters.
Is there a way to have it accept HTML entities for searching?
The document that get's indexed looks as follows:
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" />
The search command I tried is as follows:
C:\>swish-e -w "ばんごはん"
# SWISH format: 2.4.1
# Search words: ばんごはん
# Removed stopwords:
err: no results
Is there a way to make this work? I don't want to use the native characters
in the command line (they are Japanese)...
Thanks in advance,
Received on Thu Mar 25 07:17:52 2004