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From Otis Gospodnetic <otis_gospodne...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: arbitrary sorting
Date Thu, 29 Jan 2004 11:10:11 GMT
This really was a half-a-line fix to the score method. :)

I'll check in the code after I rename it as Doug had suggested in his
email below.


Tim - thanks for the elegant contribution.  Do you think you'll be able
to add support for sorting on Float and String fields in the near
future?

Otis


--- Doug Cutting <cutting@apache.org> wrote:
> Tim Jones wrote:
> > Does anyone have any feedback after looking at the code I submitted
> for
> > sorting results?  Doug and Erik - do you see this as a good way to
> go, or do
> > you have other ideas in mind?  For example, what about creating a
> special
> > kind of "SortingField"?
> 
> I like the implementation, requiring an indexed field, but
> recommending 
> against storing or tokenizing.  Most other folks (including myself) 
> who've done this use a stored field and then iterate over documents
> to 
> fill the cache.  Instead you're able to fill the cache with a
> TermDocs, 
> which is much more efficient.  Good idea!
> 
> That said, I've not had a chance to test the code.  But if someone
> tests 
> it, and it works well, I see no reason not to include it.
> 
> We might rename it something like IntegerSortedSearcher and also add 
> classes called FloatSortedSearcher, StringSortedSearcher, etc.  These
> 
> could all build on a base class, AbstractSortedSearcher.
> 
> Doug


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