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From:Dan Nelson Date:May 21 2003 4:34am
Subject:Re: How to select the dictionary list of a FTS table
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In the last episode (May 20), Roberto Slepetys Ferreira said:
> > > 1st) I like to acess the Dictionary Table directly, to retrieve
> > > all the world that was indexed. This will be used to construct
> > > the front end, allowing the user only to make a search based on
> > > world that really exists in the dictionary table.
> >
> > If you build from source, there's a debugging program called
> > ft_dump that gets built in the myisam/ directory.  It can dump the
> > wordlist, plus per-word stats if you want them.
> 
> Unhapply, all of my tentatives for building it from the source failed
> in the Red Hat 9.
> 
> Last tentative, I downloades the 4.0.13.src.rpm and did a rebuild
> rpm, receiving some errors, but the ft_dump.c was found in the
> building directory. Is it possible to compile only this program ?

Try cd'ing into the myisam directory and running "make ft_dump".  The
srpm build should have done this already, though.
 
-- 
	Dan Nelson
	dnelson@stripped
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How to select the dictionary list of a FTS tableRoberto Slepetys Ferreira20 May
  • Re: How to select the dictionary list of a FTS tableDan Nelson20 May
  • Re: How to select the dictionary list of a FTS tableRoberto Slepetys Ferreira21 May
    • Re: How to select the dictionary list of a FTS tableDan Nelson21 May
  • Re: How to select the dictionary list of a FTS table - now we have a compilation problemRoberto Slepetys Ferreira21 May
    • Re: How to select the dictionary list of a FTS table - now we have a compilation problemDan Nelson21 May