These are chat archives for Automattic/mongoose

27th
Mar 2015
Shiv Patel
@shivpatel
Mar 27 2015 05:39
Anyone know of a simple package I can use to do full text search with mongoose? Tried a few of the common ones that appear via google search results but can't get any of them to work and they haven't been updated in years.
Alberto Restifo
@albertorestifo
Mar 27 2015 09:16
Is the v4 release stable or not?
Maksim
@chetverikov
Mar 27 2015 09:16
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Alberto Restifo
@albertorestifo
Mar 27 2015 09:17
On the website it's advertised as last release, suggesting it is, but on the console you get a unstable warning
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Maksim
@chetverikov
Mar 27 2015 09:17
yes, is stable, but Automattic/mongoose#2794
Alberto Restifo
@albertorestifo
Mar 27 2015 09:18
Oh perfect, thanks mate
Valeri Karpov
@vkarpov15
Mar 27 2015 13:44
v4 is stable, the unstable warning is a minor snafu as @chetverikov indicated
and @shivpatel I've only used mongodb's native text search with mongoose, see my article from last year: http://thecodebarbarian.com/2014/04/10/a-nodejs-perspective-on-whats-new-in-mongodb-2-6-part-i-text-search
Bibodha Neupane
@bibodha
Mar 27 2015 14:37
The link to gitter also needs to be updated on the website. I was a very confused panda (mongoose?) for a while there since this is the first time using gitter
Shiv Patel
@shivpatel
Mar 27 2015 16:13
For anyone looking to implement simple full text search in Mongoose I've made this quick little gist: https://gist.github.com/shivpatel/cfa5f1038e65c21d6a27
Valeri Karpov
@vkarpov15
Mar 27 2015 16:16
@bibodha done Automattic/mongoose@ebed318 thanks for reminder
Bibodha Neupane
@bibodha
Mar 27 2015 17:30
I saw the commit was made to change it :) thank you