docs say that swish-e can index any 8bit chars - the point is that if
you use new parser it outputs documents in 8859-1 charset to swish, so
Swish-e gets it only in iso 8859-1 - but this should not be so hard to
(Personally, I did not do it yet and I use old parser with both iso
8859-2 and Windows-1250 documents. It is true that you should not mix
documents with various encodings in one index, but in this case it is
possible with TranslateChars directive)
> Do note that Swish does not index anything besides 8859-1 charset, so
> that may be another significant difference between swish and ISYS you
> should be aware of.
> Why do you want to switch from using ISYS?
Received on Mon Apr 25 00:21:09 2005