* Lucene & rhug & rpms
@ 2004-02-02 13:23 Ben Martin
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From: Ben Martin @ 2004-02-02 13:23 UTC (permalink / raw)
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Pls CC me as I'm not on the list.
Having gotton Lucene  to compile roughly as shown in this message
 I'm currently pulling down the cvs for rhug to see if lucene has
made it into rhug but not the webpages.
I notice that some of the subdirs I have currently use fluorine instead
of following the rhug-hacking  directions. Are there any docs on
using fluorine, or should I follow the rhug-hacking page?
BTW are the rpms/src.rpms made with the specfiles from rhug cvs
available from any website? It would be handy if I'm going to build
optional support for a gcj-ed java package to be able to point at tar.gz
+ src.rpm files for that package for folks.
As an aside, the purpose of this is that I'm looking to add optional
support for using Lucene to libferris  for its full text indexing
aswell as the existing native inverted file indexing support I've
created in C++.
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