Simon Riggs wrote:
> It seems possible to write your own functions to support various
> possibilities with text search.
> One of the more common thoughts is to have a list of words that you
> would like to include, i.e. the opposite of a stop word list. 
> There are clear indications that indexing too many words is a problem
> for both GIN and GIST. If people already know what they'll be looking
> for and what they will never be looking for, it seems easier to supply
> that list up front, rather than hide it behind lots of hand-crafted
> code.

I don't understand what you're proposing. We already have dict_synonym
that you can use to accept a simple list of words. But that doesn't
change the way GIN and GiST works.


  Heikki Linnakangas

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