I am using document boosting (following Jens’ suggestion here:
http://www.ruby-forum.com/topic/84358) but am also trying to sort the
returned results, so I was using the :sort option. In my testing, using
a wildcard search, it appears that using the :sort option causes Ferret
to ignore document boosts and just return the first N hits it finds by
looking alphabetically. Is that the expected behavior? If I want the N
most relevant documents, do I need to sort them myself after getting
them from Ferret?