Teodor Sigaev <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
>> Hmm, I can see how some middleware would help with folding or not
>> folding the input token, but what about the words coming from the
>> dictionary file (particularly the *output* lexeme)?  It's not apparent
>> to me that it's sensible to try to control that from outside the
>> dictionary.

> Right now I see an significant advantage of such layer: two possible 
> extension 
> of dictionary  (filtering and storing original form) are independent from 
> nature 
> of dictionary. So, instead of modifying of every dictionary we can add some 
> layer, common for all dictionary. With syntax like:

> CREATE/ALTER TEXT SEARCH DICTIONARY foo  (...) WITH ( filtering=on|off, 
> store_original=on|off );

> Or per token's type/dictionary pair.

Well, if you think this can/should be done somewhere outside the
dictionary, should I revert the applied patch?

                        regards, tom lane

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