On 18/12/2011, at 12:55 AM, Sérgio Marques wrote:
One thing that would also be useful is the ability of ignore accelerators.
If one wants to find Open and the word is O~pen, the second won´t appear
on the search.
This is definitely annoying and contra producing. This feature is a must
have for search function. What do You guys think about it?
I think this is already filed as
Yes, I´ve already saw this entry but I think that it´s the opposite. The
title says " Ensure that searching in Pootle *takes accelerators into
account" *(my bold)
With this title I guess (don´t know for sure) that the accelerator must be
taken in order to achieve results. What I meant was " Ensure that
searching in Pootle *don´t* take accelerators into account"
So when I write Open, O~pen; Op~en and Ope~n appear in search. Or am I
getting this the wrong way?
pogrep has an option to cope with accelerators, so it should be possible to use that switch in
Pootle search too.
"takes accelerators into account" probably means use the pogrep switch for accelerators, which does
what you want. It does sound ambiguous, I agree.
You could try using pogrep directly, as proposed by Olav Dahlum (2011-12-17) in this thread. I
tried it and it is useful.
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