On Tue, Jun 07, 2016 at 06:05:10PM -0400, Tom Lane wrote:
> Jean-Pierre Pelletier <jppellet...@e-djuster.com> writes:
> > I wanted to test if phraseto_tsquery(), new with 9.6 could be used for
> > matching consecutive words but it won't work for us if it cannot handle
> > consecutive *duplicate* words.
> > For example, the following returns true:    select
> > phraseto_tsquery('simple', 'blue blue') @@ to_tsvector('simple', 'blue');
> > Is this expected ?
> I concur that that seems like a rather useless behavior.  If we have
> "x <-> y" it is not possible to match at distance zero, while if we
> have "x <-> x" it seems unlikely that the user is expecting us to
> treat that identically to "x".  So phrase search simply should not
> consider distance-zero matches.

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