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From Michael McCandless <luc...@mikemccandless.com>
Subject Re: Read-Only core
Date Tue, 01 Apr 2008 08:24:25 GMT

I don't think there is a Jira issue for this yet, but I think we've  
made good progress towards this, eg IndexWriter can now delete by  
term or query, IndexReader no longer writes a commit lock, etc.

I *think* we don't need to carry over delete by document number  
(delete by query should work for most cases)?

Then I think the biggie that remains is setNorm.  But if  
LUCENE-1231 / flexible indexing make it more generally possible to  
update field values, I guess we'd need to figure out how that would  
happen in the context of an IndexWriter.  I think this needs more  
fleshing out.  Really, IndexReader, since it holds all these cached  
values or can access them all from the Directory, does seem like a  
"good" place to manage updates to these values.

But before we get a fully read-only IndexReader, you should still be  
able to pare back quite a bit, under oal.index.*, if you're only  
doing searching?

Mike

DM Smith wrote:
> One of the recent threads talked about separating Index reading  
> from Index writing. Is there a Jira issue for that? I'd like to  
> know what all that encompasses.
>
> Specifically, I'd like to know if it would be possible to pair  
> lucene-core.jar down to just the classes that read the index. I'd  
> like to explore what it would take to make Lucene work on a JavaME  
> device to search pre-built, read-only indexes.
>
> -- DM Smith
>
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