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"代々" finds results only with JP match "Exact" and "EndsWith" but does not find anything with "StartsWith" or "Substring" #606

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mvysny opened this Issue Jan 7, 2016 · 7 comments

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mvysny commented Jan 7, 2016

  1. "代々" finds results only with JP match "Exact" and "EndsWith" but does not find anything with "StartsWith" or "Substring" which is a bug or really confusing feature.
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Verified. It seems that 々 is somehow special to Lucene and borks the search results. I will investigate more and I'll let you know.

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mvysny commented Jan 7, 2016

Verified. It seems that 々 is somehow special to Lucene and borks the search results. I will investigate more and I'll let you know.

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Fixed. Please update to JMDict newer than Jan 7th, 2016 and let me know if this is fixed.

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mvysny commented Jan 7, 2016

Fixed. Please update to JMDict newer than Jan 7th, 2016 and let me know if this is fixed.

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From my understanding JMDict is just a dictionary which is fetched by Dictionary Manager from 3rd party server. Is there any way to check what is the current version or date of JMDict installed? Also is there any place to track release of JMDict update?

Necsord commented Jan 7, 2016

From my understanding JMDict is just a dictionary which is fetched by Dictionary Manager from 3rd party server. Is there any way to check what is the current version or date of JMDict installed? Also is there any place to track release of JMDict update?

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I will eventually index the JMDict file published by Jim Breen later on today, and I will upload the indexed versions to my server. You can check updates to these indexed versions, by launching Aedict's Settings, Dictionaries, Dictionary Manager.

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mvysny commented Jan 7, 2016

I will eventually index the JMDict file published by Jim Breen later on today, and I will upload the indexed versions to my server. You can check updates to these indexed versions, by launching Aedict's Settings, Dictionaries, Dictionary Manager.

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Also, Aedict checks for new dictionary versions once per day by default and will notify you, should there be any updates to the dictionary files.

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mvysny commented Jan 7, 2016

Also, Aedict checks for new dictionary versions once per day by default and will notify you, should there be any updates to the dictionary files.

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Works fine with today's JMDict update, thanks!

Necsord commented Jan 8, 2016

Works fine with today's JMDict update, thanks!

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Thanks for confirmation, that's good to hear.

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mvysny commented Jan 8, 2016

Thanks for confirmation, that's good to hear.

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