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Comment:Fix a bug in README.tokenizers. Ticket #3559. (CVS 6075)
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User & Date: danielk1977 2008-12-30 06:36:51
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2008-12-30
09:45
Fix a bug in where.c causing a malfunction when an INDEXED BY clause specified an unusable index on other than the leftmost table in the FROM clause. Ticket #3560. (CVS 6076) check-in: f8ff0212 user: danielk1977 tags: trunk
06:36
Fix a bug in README.tokenizers. Ticket #3559. (CVS 6075) check-in: b8898d13 user: danielk1977 tags: trunk
06:24
Invoke the authorization callback when compiling SAVEPOINT, ROLLBACK TO and RELEASE commands. (CVS 6074) check-in: e49807b1 user: danielk1977 tags: trunk
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1. FTS3 Tokenizers

  When creating a new full-text table, FTS3 allows the user to select
  the text tokenizer implementation to be used when indexing text
  by specifying a "tokenizer" clause as part of the CREATE VIRTUAL TABLE
  statement:

    CREATE VIRTUAL TABLE <table-name> USING fts3(
      <columns ...> [, tokenizer <tokenizer-name> [<tokenizer-args>]]
    );

  The built-in tokenizers (valid values to pass as <tokenizer name>) are
  "simple" and "porter".

  <tokenizer-args> should consist of zero or more white-space separated
  arguments to pass to the selected tokenizer implementation. The 





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1. FTS3 Tokenizers

  When creating a new full-text table, FTS3 allows the user to select
  the text tokenizer implementation to be used when indexing text
  by specifying a "tokenize" clause as part of the CREATE VIRTUAL TABLE
  statement:

    CREATE VIRTUAL TABLE <table-name> USING fts3(
      <columns ...> [, tokenize <tokenizer-name> [<tokenizer-args>]]
    );

  The built-in tokenizers (valid values to pass as <tokenizer name>) are
  "simple" and "porter".

  <tokenizer-args> should consist of zero or more white-space separated
  arguments to pass to the selected tokenizer implementation. The