Are you using Tire and ElasticSearch? Do you want to run your tests without booting up ElasticSearch? Well hold on to your hats.
In your gemfile add
In the environments that you don't want to run ElasticSearch add:
Tire.configure do client Tire::Http::Client::MockClient end
- Refactor from hack into a maintanable structure
- Add in real scores
- Add support for basic mappings(boost, non-indexed fields)
As of version 0.0.1 the search capabilities are quite limited.
- Fork it.
- Create a branch (
git checkout -b support_or_queries)
- Commit your changes (
git commit -am "Added OR queries")
- Push to the branch (
git push origin support_or_queries)
- Create an [Issue] with a link to your branch
- Bathe in the glory
- Amos King firstname.lastname@example.org
- Helena Converse
- Craig Buchek
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