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Re^9: Using the unicode61 tokenizer in DBD::SQLite

by Anonymous Monk
on Jan 08, 2014 at 10:42 UTC ( #1069762=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^8: Using the unicode61 tokenizer in DBD::SQLite
in thread Using the unicode61 tokenizer in DBD::SQLite

Well, if you read back your post you'll see that it wasn't clear at all, which is why I asked if it works out of the box in

Well, it seems clear enough to me in Re: Using the unicode61 tokenizer in DBD::SQLite where I said you need -DEFINES

When you asked if it works out of the box in Re^4: Using the unicode61 tokenizer in DBD::SQLite, I didn't answer the question at all ( Re^5: Using the unicode61 tokenizer in DBD::SQLite ), I basically said figure it out by reading what I said and trying stuff

but I did answer to walto ( Re^4: Using the unicode61 tokenizer in DBD::SQLite), basically no it doesn't work out of the box because it requires -DEFINES

Both answer also seem clear enough to me, maybe a bit short and non-repetitive ... what can I say I'm not chatty


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