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[Bug 6809] [FT] Test Suite - Thesaurus Queries

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--- Comment #7 from Christian Gruen <christian.gruen@gmail.com>  2009-04-16 20:29:29 ---

[3] ft-3.4.3-examples-q3.xq

--I see sounds like as a two way equivalency similar to synonym, but I don't
claim to know how the thesaurus should be structured either. So to get this
solved, I have put both entries in the thesaurus. Hope that is OK.

Yes, this is fine as well. A minor issue: it should be rewritten from 



      <relationship>sounds like</relationship>

[9] thesaurus-queries-results-q5 / q5b / q6 / q6b

--I looked in the queries, the spellcheck thesaurus, and the use cases and
don't see any hyphenated versions. Where are you looking?

Sorry, I mixed this one up. The hyphenated version is used in the
"usability.xml" - but it's used nowhere.

Instead, I would suggest to extend the "spellcheck.xml" file similar to the
"soundex.xml" file; otherwise the logics of this thesaurus is opposite to the
other ones. An example..

a) "users" ftcontains "people" with thesaurus at "usability.xml"
     relationship "NT"


  -> true

b) "succesful" ftcontains "sucessfull" with thesaurus at "spellcheck.xml"
     relationship "misspelling of"

    <relationship>misspelling of</relationship>

  -> false...


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