PGroonga (fast full text search module for PostgreSQL) 2.4.3 has been released

PGroonga 2.4.3 has been released! PGroonga makes PostgreSQL fast full text search for all languages.


pgroonga_highlight_html function Added support for the text[] type as target.

Normally, we can search column of text[] with &@~. Because &@~ supports text[].

However, we had not be able to higlight matched results of &@~ with pgroonga_highlight_html(). Because pgroonga_highlight_html() has not supported text[] until now. This is inconvenience.

Therefore, we become able to higlight matched results of &@~ with pgroonga_highlight_html() as below since this release.

  CREATE TABLE memos (
    contents text[]

  CREATE INDEX pgroonga_contents_index
            ON memos
         USING pgroonga(contents);

  INSERT INTO memos VALUES (ARRAY['Debian', 'Ubuntu']);
  INSERT INTO memos VALUES (ARRAY['CentOS', 'AlmaLinux', 'Rocky Linux']);

  SELECT pgroonga_highlight_html(contents, ARRAY['debian'])
    FROM memos
   WHERE contents &@~ 'debian';

   {"<span class=\"keyword\">Debian</span>",Ubuntu}
  (1 row)

Please refer to a release note of PGroonga about the other modifications.

How to upgrade

This version is compatible with before versions. You can upgrade by steps in "Compatible case" in Upgrade document.


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