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htdig(1)		    General Commands Manual		      htdig(1)

NAME
       htfuzzy - fuzzy command-line search utility for the ht://Dig search en-
       gine

SYNOPSIS
       htfuzzy [-c configfile] [-v] algorithm [options]

DESCRIPTION
       Description to follow here

OPTIONS
       -c configfile
	      Use the specified	configfile instead of the default.

       -v     Verbose mode , -vvv
	       etc ). Specifying more than two v's is probably only useful for
	      debugging	purposes.

Supported Algorithms
       Different algoritms are supported for searching:
	      soundex  Creates	a slightly modified soundex key	database. Dif-
	      ferences with the	standard soundex algorithm  are:  Keys	are  6
	      digits  and  the	first letter is	also encoded.	     metaphone
	      Creates a	metaphone key database.	This algorithm	is  more  spe-
	      cific  to	 English,  but	will  get  fewer  "weird" matches than
	      the soundex algorithm.

	      accents (No description of the algorithm at the moment)

	      endings Creates  two  databases  which  can  be  used  to	 match
	      common  word endings. The	creation of these databases requires a
	      list of affix rules and a	 dictionary  which  uses  those	 affix
	      rules. The format	of the affix  rules and	 dictionary  files are
	      the ones used by the ispell program. Included with the distribu-
	      tion  are	the affix rules	for English and	a fairly small English
	      dictionary.  Other languages can be supported  by	 getting   the
	      appropriate  affix  rules	 and dictionaries. These are available
	      for many languages; check	the ispell distribu- tion for more de-
	      tails.

	      synonyms	Creates	 a  database of	synonyms for words. It reads a
	      text database of synonyms	and creates a  database	 that htsearch
	      can   then use. Each line	of the text database consists of words
	      where the	first word will	have the other words on	that  line  as
	      synonyms.

Notes on searching
       Please consult specialised literature to	find out how the different al-
       gorithms	work or	simply try another
	      search stragegy you do not get the intended search results.

FILES
       /usr/local/etc/htdig/htdig.conf
	      The default  configuration  file.	  /usr/local/share/htdig/data-
	      base/db.accents.db  (Output)  Maps  between  characters with and
	      without accents  for  accents  fuzzy  rule  /usr/local/share/ht-
	      dig/database/db.metaphone.db (Output) Database of	similar-sound-
	      ing words	for metaphone fuzzy rule  /usr/local/share/htdig/data-
	      base/db.soundex.db  (Output)  Database of	similar-sounding words
	      for soundex fuzzy	rule  /usr/local/share/htdig/common/english.0,
	      /usr/local/share/htdig/common/english.aff	 (Input) List of words
	      and affix	rules used to  generate	 endings  /usr/local/share/ht-
	      dig/common/root2word.db,		   /usr/local/share/htdig/com-
	      mon/word2rood.db (Output)	Database used for endings  fuzzy  rule
	      /usr/local/share/htdig/common/synonyms (Input) List of groups of
	      words considered	synonymous  /usr/local/share/htdig/common/syn-
	      onyms.db (Output)	Database used for synonyms fuzzy rule

SEE ALSO
       Please	refer	to   the   HTML	  pages	 (in  the  htdig-doc  package)
       /usr/share/doc/htdig-doc/html/index.html	and the	manual pages htdigcon-
       fig(8) ,	htmerge(1) , htnotify(1) , htsearch(1) and rundig(1) for a de-
       tailed description of ht://Dig and its commands.

AUTHOR
       This manual page	was written by Robert Ribnitz. It is based on documen-
       tation  of  ht://Dig,  and  on  earlier	manpages provided by Christian
       Schwarz and Stijn de Bekker.

				 21 July 1997			      htdig(1)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | OPTIONS | Supported Algorithms | Notes on searching | FILES | SEE ALSO | AUTHOR

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