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Reusing previously generated index file

See original GitHub issue


I intend to use Fuse with Google firebase

in the doc:

const myIndex = Fuse.createIndex(options.keys, books) const myFuse = new Fuse(books, options, myIndex)

we need to recollect all books and regenerate the index whenever a new book is added.

Describe the solution you’d like

is it possible to:

  • loads the old index file,
  • add one new book to it,
  • and then regenerate the new index file ?

and in this line const myFuse = new Fuse(books, options, myIndex) why do we need all books as an argument? why not use some information like an ID that is already accessible from myIndex ? as how they do it in Lunr.js

Thank you !

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 3 years ago
  • Comments:8 (3 by maintainers)

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tesla-catcommented, Jun 8, 2020


and also by the way, you have the coolest github profile photo i have seen so far !

tesla-catcommented, Jun 8, 2020


hey thank you for teaching me this kind of fun stuff, that table looked absurd to me at the very beginning, 1000 times better than everyone else? that must be either turing’s work or an ignorant joke.

great work from you !

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