Staffan Bergh wrote:
>>gbottu at ben.vub.ac.be (Guy Bottu) writes:
>> One solution to the problem would be to simply replace lookup with
> something that uses getz directly, e.g. a perl script.
>> Even neater would be if there was a daemonized version of getz that
> could take it's input from a socket, so that you could use the srs
> indices on a remote machine.
>> Has anyone done something along these lines? I've started on the
> lookup replacement and was thinking that I would write a perl wrapper
> for getz that I could then run as a daemon on the SRS server (since we
> have GCG and SRS on different machines), but if it already exists it
> would be a bit stupid to reinvent it ...
>> Cheers /staffan
Staffan - this would be good. I actually have always been wanting to get
Perl/XS type interface into the SRS internals but haven't got around
the energy barrier of understanding's SRS's API... (go on srsdev people,
have a perl/XS interface?)
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