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Re: Newest Super Search

by vladb (Vicar)
on Aug 03, 2002 at 00:36 UTC ( #187255=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Newest Super Search

For those uninitiated ones, could you tell me which Perl modules are you using to do the search and indexing of data? Whenever I had to do tackle similar search issues, I simply resorted to the use of the DBIx::FullTextSearch module. It's a pretty versatile module and my thinking is it could be used even to implement PM search. This is only a suggestion, however. And also I'm aware that for 2 cents to be worth a dime, I'll have to show some sample code of how this module could be 'incorporated' into the PM engine. ;-)

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(tye)Re: Newest Super Search
by tye (Sage) on Aug 03, 2002 at 02:58 UTC

    The only modules are DBI, CGI, and Everything. Most of the actual code is included below.

    This is a pretty specialized situation. For example, we can't allow any single query to run very long since MySQL was designed assuming some aspects of the threading model (light-weight processes) that aren't present on FreeBSD. So a single long-running query can nearly lock up access to the database for everyone.

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