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Still unable to see my terms, nor add any to them.

anony anon 5 years ago updated by Ahan Malhotra (Founder) 5 years ago 6

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Fixed
Hello - Earlier today we pushed out a new version of Vocabulist which greatly improves our definition engine. It is now faster and more reliable. Please try your list again and let us know if it works. 

Thanks for using Vocabulist - every user counts!

Ahan Malhotra - Founder
Under review
There is no term limit. Let me check the application logs to see if there was any issues. I will get back to you.

Thanks for using Vocabulist!

Ahan - Founder, Vocabulist
Hi - Just an update on progress. I have looked through the logs and have found nothing out of the ordinary. I looked through our database and found your sets that were having issues. During my testing with your lists, I was unable to populate the longer list. Further research seems to reveal that there is a memory issue on our servers, that is causing a memory leak on large lists. I am looking further into isolating and fixing this bug. Thanks for sending it in.

Thanks for using Vocabulist!

Ahan - Founder
Under review
Hi - We are working on this issue. What is happening is that our servers sometimes cannot handle the load when a list of definitions is compiled. This happens randomly, but especially with large lists of words and with words that have many definitions. Our current solution is currently in the works, but requires overhauling some of our definition code. We appreciate your feedback, and as soon as a new update goes live, we will let you know.

Thanks for supporting Vocabulist - every user counts!

Ahan Malhotra - Founder
Answer
Fixed
Hello - Earlier today we pushed out a new version of Vocabulist which greatly improves our definition engine. It is now faster and more reliable. Please try your list again and let us know if it works. 

Thanks for using Vocabulist - every user counts!

Ahan Malhotra - Founder
Wow! 
It seems to be working now... :D
The lists I was trying to use before were baby lists, now I'm gonna give it the full lists and hope it doesn't choke... 
BTW, have you thought of working with wordnik? (www.wordnik.com) they allow you to use their API for something like this. Their dictionary is one of the best out there. Please take a look at it.
Thank you for the confirmation. Originally, Vocabulist was going to use Wordnik, however the definitions were not as good as we would have liked them to be. We currently have a paid contract with Merriam-Webster to use their definitions.

Thanks - Ahan