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tsearch2 and aspell

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Can I use tsearch2 with aspell? I didn't find any info about it, and I
don't know anything about difference between ispell and aspell.

Thank You
Pavel Stehule
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On Mon, 20 Oct 2003, Pavel Stehule wrote:
Hello

Can I use tsearch2 with aspell? I didn't find any info about it, and I
don't know anything about difference between ispell and aspell.
there is one difference between ispell and aspell dictionaries -
ispell has affix file which contains rules for word-formation, so
we could use it for morphology (well, sort of). AFAIK, aspell has no
affix compression. In tsearch2 we're trying to solve rather opposite task
than spell checkers.


Thank You
Pavel Stehule
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