On Thu, Mar 03, 2005 at 12:43:27AM -0800, Uwe Dierolf wrote:
> If we are searching like this
> swish-e -w 'metaname=foo_bar'
> and if "_" is not defined as a searchable character (Wordcharacters)
> than internally swish-e does the following
> swish-e -w 'metaname=foo bar'
Yep, I think that's the way it works.
> But this is not what we are looking for!
> This search means find "foo" in metaname and "bar" anywhere.
> We are using as workaround the syntax which we have to use
> if we are looking for two or more words:
> swish-e -w 'metaname=(foo_bar)'
> == swish-e -w 'metaname=(foo bar)'
That's exactly why there is the parenthesis.
> Is it a bug or a featurea?
Neither. It's the search syntax.
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Received on Thu Mar 3 01:46:23 2005