|Title:||make wiki (code?, bugs?) searchable|
|Last Modified:||2015-02-14 15:24:22|
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Search is a very useful feature to have
anonymous added on 2008-11-26 22:55:35:
anonymous added on 2009-12-08 19:37:06:
anonymous added on 2009-12-23 15:43:35:
anonymous added on 2009-12-23 17:28:48:
First, I thought this was an easy change, but having seen the internal diff format and the sources, I found that this might not be so easy -- at least for me...
anonymous added on 2009-12-24 14:12:55:
anonymous added on 2009-12-28 21:50:06:
ron added on 2010-01-25 10:02:45:
jeremy_c added on 2010-01-25 14:14:06:
ron added on 2010-01-25 14:28:02:
ron added on 2010-01-25 20:33:49:
It would be really nice if there were a helper function in SQL like "blobsearch(text)"... but it would still have to perform the uncompressing of the BLOB before doing the search through it.
anonymous added on 2010-01-25 22:00:06:
anonymous added on 2010-02-04 13:54:52:
It has been "considered". But little action has been taken yet....
In march 2009 there was an offer to help with "free advice on how to proceed" with integrating SQLite CLI to fossil by drh.
Would it be possible to provide some hints, e.g. for searching content of artifact in compressed/deltified blobs?
Hopefully this would allow more interested peole to focus on implementation of this needed functionality.
anonymous added on 2010-02-04 17:13:49:
Idea was to decode all artefacts and just try to find simple strings. But I'm already sucking here. Or will fts take care of that all?
Seems that the efficient data format does not make it easy to do such things as text searches...
anonymous added on 2010-03-02 21:22:16:
Is there any way how can casual user of fossil help with this much needed feature?
nobody added on 2014-09-19 15:50:03:
Ticket search is very important for project management. I'm not sure if this can be done by customizing the ticket reports.
nobody added on 2014-12-10 15:12:39:
as a new user of fossil (attracted by the HN discussion), I like it so far, thanks! But the lack of full text search is killing me, how do you guys find related wikis you wrote long time ago?
I support the "fossil grep pattern" idea discussed above... thanks