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I've successfully checked out from the svn repository via https. I'll wait for you to set up trunk like a module distro. If you haven't got a name you prefer for the base module namespace over "MonkSearch", that would be my suggestion.
    MonkSearch works for me. Should it be App::MonkSearch maybe? Also, we may end up with more than just the indexers -- there will also be the web interface(s).
I just had a glance at the code in your CPAN distros, and your stuff look great.
    Except SQL::Tidy! Thanks ;)
My impulse is to conduct our discussions here on PerlMonks... what do you think?
    In this thread?

In reply to Re^8: Running SuperSearch off a fast full-text index. by dmitri
in thread Running SuperSearch off a fast full-text index. by dmitri

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