The encoding is in Windows CP1251, which is 8-bit. I'll be working with
Macedonian texts, and there is already one swish-e search site in
Foreign Languages tel. 334-844-6376
6030 Haley Center fax. 334-844-6378
Auburn, AL 36849
>>> Bill Moseley <firstname.lastname@example.org> 11/12/05 4:03 PM >>>
On Sat, Nov 12, 2005 at 12:37:26PM -0800, George Mitrevski wrote:
> Hi folks.
> I am a new subscriber to the list, so please bear with me. I am
> currently working on constructing a text corpus for an East European
> language from texts that I have downloaded from the internet.
Are there encodings other than 8859-1? Because swish uses that
encoding internally (swish-e works only with 8-bit chars).
> Is it possible to get a copy of the script that runs the Swish-e
> List Archive (or a similar one) search interface?
The one on the list archive is the example code from the swish-e
distribution, basically. Go to http://swish-e.org and follow links
(at the top) to CVS and you can see the entire website's source.
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Received on Sat Nov 12 16:23:16 2005