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= An Ambitious Sphinx Adapter
I don't know about you, but I like me some sexy full-text searching.
== The basics
Want to find all meals that mention bacon? {'bacon'}
What about bacon bits and sour cream? {'bacon bits' && 'sour cream'}
Maybe with bacon in the name, or cheese in the recipe? {|m| =~ 'bacon' || m.recipe =~ 'cheese'}
Cheese in the name, but not grilled? {|m| =~ 'bacon' && !~ 'grilled'}
== Pagination
You're going to want to use pagination. Ultrasphinx, the underlying library, only supports it, as in, you can't just get all the objects matching your query. You _have_ to use paging.
It's pretty simple: {'bacon'}.page(2) {'bacon'}.page(3)
== Big honking disclaimer
We're still learning a lot about how sphinx and ambition work, so things are likely to change a lot, and features are likely to be missing.
== Getting Started
=== Installing
sudo gem install ambitious-sphinx
=== Add it to your app
Require our files somewhere, like at the end of config/environment.rb, maybe create config/initializers/sphinx.rb
require 'ultrasphinx'
require 'ambition/adapters/ambitious_sphinx'
=== Sphinx and Ultrasphinx
You will also need to go through the motions of setting up ultrasphinx.
This includes:
* Configuring/installing sphinx
* Modifying your model to indicate what's to be indexed
* Bootstrapping ultrasphinx
All this is discussed in detail in ultrasphinx's README
== Playing with the code base
In addition to the other dependencies, you'll need to:
gem install echoe redgreen mocha test-spec
Run the tests with:
rake test
== More information on Sphinx:
== More information on Ambition: