Thanks a lot. I test tomorrow morning and I'll tell you.
On Wed, Aug 31, 2011 at 4:42 PM, Tomislav Poljak firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I don't think n-gram tokenizer strips any accents. You need to use
ASCII Folding Token Filter
for this, at both index and query time analysis. I've altered your AC
analysis (added "asciifolding" filter at both index and query time
analysis), check https://gist.github.com/1183687 -> I've tested with
"query": "pole" and it matches.
Hope this helps,
2011/8/31 alheim email@example.com:
No idea everybody ?
On 30 août, 12:17, Alexandre Heimburger alexheimbur...@gmail.com
I gist my configuration and query.
I use a stemmer-ngram filter to index the title field of my documents.
enables me to implement a super fast autocompletion btw).
I works great with french words containing é, è (i.e I can search
theorieto find documents indexed with
But it does not work with french words containing ^.
I index the title "Pôle web 2.0" which I cannot find using "pole" term.
It seems that the n-gram tokenizer does not recognize ^ as an accent.
Any idea ?
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