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[Perlfect-search] Indexing numbers?

Ronald Blaschke
Tue, 8 Aug 2000 21:45:37 +0200
Again, just a comment from another user.  I'm using an older version that
doesn't even has this feature, but from the variable name I take it that
it is used by the  Did you run it again after changing the
value in your configuration (to rebuild your index)?

Hope it helps.

>     Oh wise and worldly script authors: please, after your hard work in
> creating a thing of beauty (darn useful too), can you help out a petty user?
>     First, before I go any futher - VERY cool script. Love it, love it, love
> it.
>     Here's my question:
>     I've got my script set up on one of my websites here:
>     The site is a poor-man's Yahoo! of the Williamsburg area based on what
> kids might find interesting this tourist mecca that I live in. Each entry
> has a rating called "Adult Stuff" which rates the cost, distance, and
> rainy-day-appropriateness of the activity.
>     Anyway, I'm trying to use Perlfect as a way of checking my overall
> counts of catagories.
>     If I do a search on this
>             +"adult stuff"
>     I get this:
> stuff%22
>     which is all 42 of my pages of activities so far.
>     Like I said, VERY cool.
>     Now, in the file I've set
>         $INDEX_NUMBERS = 1;
>     because I want to be able to search for a phrase like +"Less than 30
> miles", like this:
> stuff%22+%2B%22Less+than+30+miles%22
>     But you'll notice if you visit the link above that I get no hits on this
> search. Initially, I think it was because the text "Less than 30 miles" is
> also a link on these pages, but then, so is "adult stuff". In fact, if I do
> a search on just "30" I get no hits so I'm really stumped.
>     Any clues? What did I miss?
> Brett Charbeneau
> 702 Hamilton Street
> Williamsburg, VA 23185
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