Search bar offers the following options:
Term presence. The below example searches for documents that
must contain “foo”, might contain “bar” and must not contain “baz”:
+foo bar -baz
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Possible fields: 'name', 'qname' (fully qualified name), 'docstring', and 'kind'. Last two fields are only applicable if "search in docstrings" is enabled.
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Implements preparation of internationalized domain names.
This class implements preparing internationalized domain names using the rules defined in RFC 3491, section 4 (Conversion operations).
We do not perform step 4 since we deal with unicode representations of domain names and do not convert from or to ASCII representations using punycode encoding. When such a conversion is needed, the idna standard library provides the ToUnicode() and ToASCII() functions. Note that idna itself assumes UseSTD3ASCIIRules to be false.
The following steps are performed by prepare():
- Split the domain name in labels at the dots (RFC 3490, 3.1)
- Apply nameprep proper on each label (RFC 3491)
- Enforce the restrictions on ASCII characters in host names by assuming STD3ASCIIRules to be true. (STD 3)
- Rejoin the labels using the label separator U+002E (full stop).