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From "Toru Matsuzawa (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] Commented: (LUCENE-973) Token of "" returns in CJK
Date Thu, 25 Sep 2008 02:55:44 GMT

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Toru Matsuzawa commented on LUCENE-973:
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Thank you for Sekiguchi-san and Steven comment. 
I am sorry for slow comment . 

{quote}
The following part of your patch appears to address a problem that you haven't covered in
your comments - is this so? If it is a problem separate from the empty-string issue, can you
describe the effects of this change?:
{quote}
In current CJKTokenizer, "C3" becomes "Single" of non-ascii as shown by the following examples.

{noformat} 
// C1C2C3 is non-ascii
String str = "C1C2abcC3def" ;
Tokenizer tokenizer = new CJKTokenizer( new StringReader( str ) );
for( Token token = tokenizer.next(); token != null; token = tokenizer.next() )
System.out.println( "token=\"" + token.termText() + "\"" + " type=\""+ token.type() + "\"");
{noformat} 
current CJKTokenizer outputs:
{noformat} 
token="C1C2" type="double"
token="" type="single"
token="abc" type="single"
token="C3" type="single"
token="def" type="single"
{noformat} 
applying patch:
{noformat} 
token="C1C2" type="double"
token="C2" type="double"
token="abc" type="single"
token="C3" type="double"
token="def" type="single"
{noformat} 

{quote}
Wouldn't it be simpler/clearer to test length for zero instead of constructing a String and
testing it for equality with the empty string?:
{quote}
I think that your correction is better. 

> Token of  "" returns in CJK
> ---------------------------
>
>                 Key: LUCENE-973
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/LUCENE-973
>             Project: Lucene - Java
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: Analysis
>    Affects Versions: 2.3
>            Reporter: Toru Matsuzawa
>         Attachments: CJKTokenizer20070807.patch, with-patch.jpg, without-patch.jpg
>
>
> The "" string returns as Token in the boundary of two byte character and one byte character.

> There is no problem in CJKAnalyzer. 
> When CJKTokenizer is used with the unit, it becomes a problem. (Use it with 
> Solr etc.)

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