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Subject:Re: Full text searches - don't kick MS From:Bonni Graham <bonnig -at- IX -dot- NETCOM -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 21 Mar 1996 10:04:15 -0800
>Application developers have the option of compiling and shipping the
>resulting LARGE file. It could easily mean added expense for systems that
>ship on diskette. Every user would than have to deal with that file, whether
>they plan to use full-text searches or not. ...RM
AHHHHH! I think I have something set up wrong, then, 'cause I get that
compile process whether I want to use full-text searching or not. I'll go
check my setup files. I didn't realize the file was LARGE, mostly 'cause the
one my utility compiles is not, so I didn't go looking for file sizes.
Thanks, Richard, I feel a lot less cranky now.
bonnig -at- ix -dot- netcom -dot- com