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Dutch Keyword Stemmer

Current version: 1.2.4 View Changelog

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⚠️ Note: This extension is DEPRECATED as of SearchWP version 3.1 as it has been bundled into SearchWP itself ⚠️

By default SearchWP applies English stemming when enabled on the main SearchWP settings screen. This extension will instead apply Dutch keyword stemming when that option is enabled.

Changelog

1.2.4

  • [Fix] Bumped version number (missed in 1.2.3, sorry!)

1.2.3

  • [Fix] Fixed PHP Error

1.2.2

  • [Fix] Fixed PHP Warning

1.2.1

  • [Update] Updated to include support for searchwp_keyword_stem_locale (introduced in SearchWP 2.7)

1.2

  • [Improvement] Support for automatic updates based on your SearchWP license key

1.0

  • Initial release

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