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This is actually an indexing problem. It also impacts severely languages like Chinese or Japanese, where sentences in general are written without whitespace - and the default English rules don't work because they cannot detect where the words start and stop. Also, it is a problem for Finnish, where words like "wiki" and "wikissä" are in fact the same word, the other one just means "in the wiki".
This is actually an indexing problem. It also impacts severely languages like Chinese or Japanese, where sentences in general are written without whitespace - and the default English rules don't work because they cannot detect where the words start and stop. Also, it is a problem for Finnish, where words like "wiki" and "wikissä" are in fact the same word, the other one just means "in the wiki".
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Um, fixing the CamelCase issue discussed here won't solve your "wiki" and "wikissä" example. You'd need to search for "wiki*" to find both. This another issue that I have with the current search/lucene implementation. I should be able to use [the standard lucene search syntax|http://jakarta.apache.org/lucene/docs/queryparsersyntax.html] but I cannot. I've not looked into it, but it seems like something is mutating the input before feeding it to lucene. Anyway fixing the CamelCase in page text problem, as well as allowing standard lucene search syntax would address all my known issues. --JohnV
Um, fixing the CamelCase issue discussed here won't solve your "wiki" and "wikissä" example. You'd need to search for "wiki*" to find both. This another issue that I have with the current search/lucene implementation. I should be able to use [the standard lucene search syntax|http://jakarta.apache.org/lucene/docs/queryparsersyntax.html] but I cannot. I've not looked into it, but it seems like something is mutating the input before feeding it to lucene. Anyway fixing the CamelCase in page text problem, as well as allowing standard lucene search syntax would address all my known issues. --JohnV
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