Robert Sanderson writes:
> Currently the list of changes for CQL relations in 1.2 is:
> 'scr' is deprecated in favour of '=' as the server choice relation.
> 'eq' is used for all equality; string, numeric or otherwise.
> 'adj' is used for word adjacency.
> 'exact' is deprecated.
I like these changes, as they result in more explicit and
> While we're changing relation semantics, I'd like to propose that
> <> be deprecated in favour of 'ne' for not equal to, to be
> consistent with 'eq' for equality.
I am not so fond of this; can you say more in favour of it?
/o ) \/ Mike Taylor <[log in to unmask]> http://www.miketaylor.org.uk
)_v__/\ And because everyone uses unweighted characters, something as
gross as this difference in cervical morphology is worth no more
than, say an unobtrustive process on the lateral face of the
distal part of pedal phalange II-2. I tell you, it's a sick
world out there.