The documentation says :
Namazu can handle a term which contains symbols like TCP/IP. Since this
handling isn't complete, you can describe TCP and IP instead of TCP/IP, but
it may cause noisy results
this doesn't say "search tcp/ip to find both tcp/ip and tcp ip", but (I
think) "Search tcp/ip to find tcp/ip, the system will understand it. Or try
tcp and ip but ..."
Am I wrong ?
From: Philip S Tellis
Sent: Friday, May 04, 2001 11:15 AM
Subject: RE: Symbol matching
On Fri, 4 May 2001, DEVOS BASTIEN wrote:
try search on "/tcp(ip|\/ip)/", or "tcp and ip".
But it's documented that tcp/ip will work. Why doesn't it work as
I can do that. My users don't understand regular expressions. They'll
get scared of stuff like that. Actually, I want them to be able to
search on something like this:
When are the results of pgdst?
I handle this by stripping words like are, the and of, so the query
When results pgdst?
The ? at the end messes things up. I want the search to check for
pgdst? and pgdst
Any ideas? I'm thinking of putting the code in myself since it doesn't
seem to be there right now.