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From Erik Hatcher <>
Subject Re: What does [] do to a query and what's up with
Date Mon, 14 Feb 2005 20:05:21 GMT
On Feb 14, 2005, at 1:53 PM, Doug Cutting wrote:
> Erik Hatcher wrote:
>> I'm really at the limit of my bandwidth - I've got the sandbox 
>> restructuring effort on my plate right now and would like it if 
>> someone could pick up the ball on the web site side of things.
> Then perhaps you shouldn't have redirected everything to 

I think the redirects are all fine now.  Let me know if not.

As for my bandwidth - I don't mind fiddling with the redirects and 
such.  What I meant is that I'm not planning on spending time revamping 
the actual HTML itself in terms of Forrestization.

> We need to fix this ASAP.  I just checked out the java lucene docs in 
>  Now we just need to fixup the 
> redirects, so that and 
> both redirect to 

Actually it should have been checked out to /java/docs to mirror how 
the jakarta site was set up.  I've corrected this.

I added a symlink to the jakarta api docs until we figure out how we 
want to deal with it.  Hopefully that all works fine too.

> How did you implement the redirect?  It's not a meta redirect, so they 
> must be in the web server configuration?  How does one change that?

.htaccess files.  The Jakarta redirect is in the site module in 
Subversion, under docs.  The redirect is this:

	RedirectMatch Permanent ^/lucene(.*)$1

On the side, there is a .htaccess in 
/www/ - though we should get this in SVN some where I 

> It's worth looking at what various search engines list for Lucene and 
> making sure that those links are not broken:

As far as I can tell, all the redirects should be working fine for the 
URL's I see there.  If you see otherwise, let me know.


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