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From Bernhard Messer <>
Subject Re: Changes in recent days
Date Wed, 18 Aug 2004 20:11:09 GMT

I just updated my local files with the latest version from head. All 
tests pass fine, not one is creating an error. If you are working with 
eclipse, you could make a diff of your local files against cvs files 
from a specified date.

I just compared the current head against the version from 14.08, there 
are several smaller changes in org.apache.lucene.index and The other thing is that Daniel moved the 
language specific classes under the analysis package out to the sandbox.

But all of this changes shouldn't effect your implementation.

keep fighting

Grant Ingersoll wrote:

>I have been adding term position and term offset info (optionally) to
>the Term Vector.  I thought I was done (as all existing and new tests
>passed), so I went to make sure everything else was in synch with CVS
>head.  After checking out and merging, TestTermVectors failed in new
>tests that I had added which had previously passed (although
>TestTermVectorsReader/Writer still passed as did all tests under index).
> Was wondering if anyone had any idea what has changed between yesterday
>and when I last updated (about 3 days ago).  Is there a way in CVS to
>see this?  I am thinking it is in segment merging, but am not sure.  The
>TestSegmentMerger still passes.
>The fact that the core reading/writing still passes makes me think my
>implementation at the low level is fine, but the next layer up is not. 
>Any ideas on proceeding would be appreciated.  I guess I will have to
>go back to a clean slate on files that had conflicts.
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