Miki Tebeka wrote on 8/3/07 6:51 PM:
> Hello All,
> How can I search for all document in a given time range?
> If I try:
> swish-e -L swishlastmodified 0 1186184522
> I get
> err: No search words specified
> The only workaround I found was to use
> swish-e -L swishlastmodified 0 1186184522 \
> -w 'not nosuchwordanywhere'
> Is there a more elegant solution?
use a rdbms? :)
seriously though, Swish-e is a search engine, and the -L option is just for
Limiting results, not finding them. So you gotta have some results to limit in
order for -L to be of any use at all.
If you want a more elegant search query, I believe this is reasonable in terms
of performance and doesn't rely on the [non]presence of a particular string:
swish-e -w 'a not a'
Peter Karman . http://peknet.com/ . peter(at)not-real.peknet.com
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Received on Sat Aug 4 09:00:42 2007