Sure.  I'm just assuming that the set of stopwords doesn't need to vary
depending on the encoding you're using for a language --- that is, if
you're willing to convert the encoding then the same stopword list file
should serve for all encodings of a given language.  Do you think this
might be wrong?
No. I believe that pgsql doesn't support encoding that can not be recoded from UTF8, at least for non-hieroglyph languages.

Teodor Sigaev                                   E-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

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