• You can't.


    This is the problem with language search.

    Most people hate it, because exact match never gets plurals, etc correct. But if one does language based search (which I did) then the exact match doesn't work either.

    I have to upgrade the database soon, I'll see if the search offers any new features in this area.

  • Is it possible to use - in front of a word to remove results (like google)?

    Edit: In future I mean, I can answer the now question myself (no)!

  • PostgreSQL isn't Google :)

    The query syntax differs, and because it goes to a database I escape it all for safety.

    It does have some switches that can do exact match, but to avoid escaping I'd need to sanitize the input another way and stitch it back together.