|From:||Andrew Dunstan <andrew(at)dunslane(dot)net>|
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One of our PostgreSQL Experts Inc customers wanted a function to count
all the occurrences of terms in a tsquery in a tsvector. This has been
written as a loadable module function, and initial testing shows it is
working well. With the client's permission we are releasing the code -
it's available at <https://github.com/pgexperts/ts_count>. The actual
new code involved here is tiny, some of the code is C&P'd from tsrank.c
and much of the rest is boilerplate.
A snippet from the regression test:
select ts_count(to_tsvector('managing managers manage peons
to_tsquery('managers | peon'));
We'd like to add something like this for 9.2, so I'd like to get the API agreed and then I'll prepare a patch and submit it for the next CF.
Comments? cheers andrew
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