Ruby Xapian bindings¶ ↑
Original version by Paul Legato (email@example.com), 4/20/06.
Copyright (C) 2006 Networked Knowledge Systems, Inc. Copyright (C) 2008,2011,2019 Olly Betts Copyright (C) 2010 Richard Boulton
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Underscore methods¶ ↑
Note: Methods whose names start with an underscore character _ are internal methods from the C++ API. Their functionality is not accessible in a Ruby-friendly way, so this file provides wrapper code to make it easier to use them from a Ruby programming idiom. Most are also dangerous insofar as misusing them can cause your program to segfault. In particular, all of Xapian's *Iterator classes are wrapped into nice Ruby-friendly Arrays.
It should never be necessary to use any method whose name starts with an underscore from user-level code. Make sure you are VERY certain that you know exactly what you're doing if you do use one of these methods. Beware. You've been warned…
Compatibility wrapping for Xapian::BAD_VALUENO (wrapped as a constant since xapian-bindings 1.4.10).
# File xapian.rb, line 403 def Xapian::BAD_VALUENO() return Xapian::BAD_VALUENO end