Chris, hows about adding me to this project, my
s'forge username is cduncan.

Thanks.

-Casey

--- Chris Withers <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Matt Hamilton wrote:
> > 
> > > if index1 is in SQL and index2 is in ZODB, for
> example, how would you
> > > go about efficiently combining results?
> > 
> > Is there not a set datatype in python that could
> be used? 
> 
> There is, but what would happen if index1 returned
> 25,000 results and index2
> returned 250 and you were going to AND the results.
> Pouring the sets into Python
> data structures all the time doesn't sound too
> efficient...
> 
> I favour the idea of having several 'engines', like
> MySQL has table handlers,
> and letting the user pick which one they want to
> use.
> 
> I'm gonna try all this out at:
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/pythonindexer/
> 
> > Admittedly,
> > most of the stuff in MG is about textual searches
> rather than exact
> > searches
> 
> Yeah, but that's the most difficult thing ;-)
> 
> > (it can do boolean searches too, but the book is
> mainly about
> > ranking).
> 
> Please god tell me they cover phrase matching :-S
> 
> [snip headf*ck]
> 
> Urm, maybe they'll take it a little slower than
> that? ;-)
> 
> cheers,
> 
> Chris
> 
> 


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