On 29/01/11 13:07, Alexander Korotkov wrote: > Hello! Hi!
> > New version of patch is in the attachment. Some comments was added in > this version. Likely these comments need significant correction because > of my english. Ooh, ok, the comments now helped me understand what's exactly going on in there. I played with it a bit more and the idea of using trigrams to do LIKE searches is quite clever. Unfortunately, I think there's a problem with case insensitive queries: create table test(t text); insert into test values ('abcdef'); create index trgm_idx_gin on test using gin (t gin_trgm_ops); set enable_seqscan to off; -- force index usage select * from test where t ilike '%BCD%'; -- no results! set enable_seqscan to on; -- do not use the index select * from test where t ilike '%BCD%'; -- the row is returned I saw that the code tries to handle ILIKE searches, but apparently it's failing somewhere. I'm sorry but I'm leaving on vacation for the next week and won't be able to continue reviewing your patch, I'll unset myself as its reviewer, and in the meantime I hope someone else will pick it up, as the functionality seems very interesting. Cheers, Jan -- Sent via pgsql-hackers mailing list (firstname.lastname@example.org) To make changes to your subscription: http://www.postgresql.org/mailpref/pgsql-hackers