Just to let you all know I released the first-ever Elasticsearch plugin for
Hebrew analysis. The plugin and the dictionary it relies on (hspell) are
both released under the AGPL3 license - it is an open-source license
compatible with the ASL, but less permissive.
Version 1.0 of the plugin supports 0.90.11 (probably earlier 0.90 versions
too, although untested) and version 1.1 supports 1.0.0.
Hebrew is a tough language to index and search on, and I've been working on
a solution for a couple of years now in a open-source project called
HebMorph (https://github.com/synhershko/HebMorph). You can read more about
it in my blog (http://code972.com/blog/tagged/hebmorph).
have this plugin available in all their cluster offering as well.
If you are dealing with Hebrew texts, I'd love you to give this a go and
provide feedback. There are a few tricks available that I'm working on
documenting, and I'll be posting about that as soon as I have more to show.
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