[Moin-user] Help: Problem of Xapian search

byronchang at cmo.com.tw byronchang at cmo.com.tw
Sun Apr 26 20:17:19 EDT 2009


Hello,

I have post this message last week, but I don't see it, So I send it again.

I am a user in Taiwan.

The contents of the MoinMoin Wiki is in Traditional Chinese.

Now, I have a  problem of search.

For example, I have a section of text is as follows:

"紐約洋基今天在新球場鏖戰14局,靠著卡布瑞拉的再見全壘打,9比7轟走奧克蘭運動
家,拿下主場首次延長賽勝利。"

If I want to search a string as "卡布瑞拉"

When Xapian is disabled, I can get a right search result.

But, when I enable Xapian, MoinMoin could not  find the string.

If I enter a string as "靠著卡布瑞拉的再見全壘打", MoinMoin shows the
result.

So, when I enable the Xapian, I could not find the world in a sentence not
only wiki page content but also attachment content

If I wanna  enable the Xapian function, how can I resolve this problem?

Greetings,

Byron
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