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Re: lucene/plucene

From: <bmiele(at)not-real.ipnstock.com>
Date: Mon May 09 2005 - 15:59:48 GMT
The biggest thing that I would like to see in swish-e is solid incrimental
indexing.

I don't know enough about java to use lucene, so i cannot really offer any
comparison.

Brad
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 Brad Miele
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 bmiele@ipnstock.com




On Mon, 9 May 2005, Roman Chyla wrote:

> You know java well, do you?
>
> > My favorite indexer is swish-e. Quick. Easy. Well documented. Feature
> > rich. Comes with a Perl API as well as API's for other languages. The
> > query syntax is straight forward.
>
>
> >
> > As the amount of content I plan to index increases I begin to need an
> > incremental indexing feature. I also need multi-byte character
> > indexing. Lucene/Plucene offer these features at the expense of greater
> > complexity. Lucene/Plucene is 100% a toolbox, no application. It does
> > not index files, but rather data structures. This means I can not point
> > it to file system and have it automatically extract the meta data,
> > content, etc.
>
> what is the most missing feature in swish? (maybe general question to
> all, another part of religious war ;)
>
> for me it si multi-byte support
>
> in Lucene, I would probably miss the speed and the great shining
> friendliness of Swish
>
> >
> > What experience do others here in Swish-E World have with
> > Lucene/Plucene?
> >
>
> it took me several hours to compile non-demo Lucene, the path to jars or
> something, very strange for the first time
>
> roman
>
>
Received on Mon May 9 08:59:49 2005