No it does not, and I know because it doesn't use sql at all ;-)
My guess is that it triggers this inside the zg engine by calling into
some of the public api, like get_events() or something.
** Also affects: zeitgeist
** Changed in: zeitgeist-extensions
Status: New => Invalid
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FTS: can't get more than 132 results
Status in Zeitgeist Framework:
Status in Zeitgeist Extensions:
The FTS extension uses SQLite's argument parsing, which limits the
results to 132 distinct URIs. FTS should workaround this restriction
like Zeitgeist itself already does.
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