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From Dmitry Serebrennikov <>
Subject Re: build.xml still requires anakia
Date Mon, 15 Oct 2001 18:25:00 GMT
I'm on 1.3.
"Ant version 1.3 compiled on March 2 2001"
It works fine except for this issue. I suppose I could upgrade but it 
seems like an easy enough fix. ant-1.3 jar was the one previously 
supplied with Lucene (not that this matters though).

Off topic:
I have the vectorization running in the first approximation. It can 
extract vectors, store them, retrieve them, and merge them (for the most 
part). I still can't query across segments or across searchers. Still 
need to optimize reading of term vectors. Still need to figure out how 
to merge positions and keep them accessible from tvs as well as from 
termEnum (I'm thinking storing them in a separate file). And I still 
need to resolve the issues with storing term meta-data like display form 
and a class byte (a set of flags that places each term into an 
application-defined set of classes like "text", "number", "mixed", 
"punctuation" and so on).

Anyway, I would appreciate if you could review some of the posts I sent 
in over the weekend (I know, I know, there was a whole lot of them) and 
let me know if I'm on the right track. If possible.


Doug Cutting wrote:

>What version of ant are you running?  I am running 1.4 and do not have this
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: Dmitry Serebrennikov []
>>Sent: Monday, October 15, 2001 10:48 AM
>>Subject: Re: build.xml still requires anakia
>>Yes. It fails every time. The problem is in this statement:
>>  <path id="anakia.classpath">
>>    <fileset dir="${jakarta.site2.home}/lib">
>>      <include name="*.jar" />
>>    </fileset>
>>  </path>
>>which is included at the "project" level. I imagine there 
>>must be a way 
>>to include it at a "target" level instead, but I didn't investigate. 
>>Commenting it out works fine, but it would be better, if we 
>>didn't have 
>>to modify this file for different compilation scenarios.
>>Doug Cutting wrote:
>>>>From: Dmitry Serebrennikov []
>>>>The latest build.xml works fine with Ant and without the 
>>batch files, 
>>>>but it has a classpath statement that fails if anakia is not 
>>>If I remove anakia, then it only fails for me when I try to 
>>build the "docs"
>>>target, which is the target that requires anakia.  That is 
>>the desired
>>>behavior.  Are you seeing behavior different than this?

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