Re: Processing two documents, which order?
On 8 April 2011 10:33, Dave Pawson <davep@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > On Fri, 8 Apr 2011 11:16:09 +0200 > Wolfgang Laun <wolfgang.laun@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > >> I've spotted a few snags: >> >> running this with property=bee on >> >> <p>a bee on a bee-line to a frisbee is not a bee</p> >> >> produces >> >> <p>a <property>bee</property> on a <property>bee</property> line to >> a fris<property>bee</property> is not a bee</p> >> >> - "bee" in "bee-line" is marked up and the hyphen is lost >> - The "bee" ending of "friesbee" is marked up >> - The trailing "bee" is not marked up. If possible, I'd be tempted to do 2 passes, the first to mark up words, the second to do the comparisons.. eg <p><w>a</w> <w>bee</w> <w>on</w> <w>a</w> <w>bee-line</w>.... Then if you see any issues you can incrementally tweak the markup, rather than repeatedly running the whole process. The final stage would then be really simple comparisons. -- Andrew Welch http://andrewjwelch.com
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