> I think that there is at least potential value in sharing lexicons.
> Of course, a down side is that it complicates set up.
This is where I say "YAGNI" and announce that I'll be happy to
refactor the code if and when a real need is discovered.
> On the subject of referencing lexicons by path rather than using
> direct references, I'm inclined to agree that direct references are
> better for simplicity and speed. It's easy enough to add a new index
> when you want to change a lexicon. (Well, there are some
> complications having to do with making sure that you get all the
> needed data into the new index...)
What was the use case for switching lexicons in the first place? I
bet it was just someone idly playing around and noticing that it
didn't work right...
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