As I work on Zorex, an omnipotent regexp engine I have stumbled into a world of tales about why Unicode text sorting is so annoying in the modern day. Let's talk about that.
Today I increased my monthly donation to Zig to $200 a month. Before Zig, I have not contributed financially to any open source project. Before I can explain why I am so extremely excited about the Zig programming language and its community, I need to explain where I come from.
In this article we will be exploring what parser combinators are, what runtime parser generation is - why they're useful, and then walking through a Zig implementation of them.
In this article, we share empirical measurements from our experiments in using Postgres to index and search over 10,000 top GitHub repositories using pg_trgm on only a Macbook.
In this article I talk about learnings I have from trying to use pg_trgm as the backend for a search engine, Tridex, which aims to be a competitor to Google's Zoekt (Fast trigram based code search)