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From "Ali Oral (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] Updated: (LUCENE-1733) Term.compareTo returns unexpected results. (field == other.field)
Date Fri, 03 Jul 2009 17:09:47 GMT

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Ali Oral updated LUCENE-1733:
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    Description: 
    The ordering of terms is first by field, then by text.*/
  public final int compareTo(Term other) {
    if (field == other.field)			  // fields are interned
      return text.compareTo(other.text);
    else
      return field.compareTo(other.field);
  }

I am developing a custom query class. I had unexpected results time to time. When I debugged
the code I found that  Term.compareTo() method returns inconsistent values.  AfterI changed
field == other.field statement to field.equals(other.field) the problem was solved. 




  was:
    The ordering of terms is first by field, then by text.*/
  public final int compareTo(Term other) {
    if (field == other.field)			  // fields are interned
      return text.compareTo(other.text);
    else
      return field.compareTo(other.field);
  }

I am developing a custom query class. I had unexpected results time to time. When I debugged
the code I found that  Term.compareTo() method returns inconsistent values.  When I changed
field == other.field statement to field.equals(other.field) the problem was solved. 





> Term.compareTo returns unexpected results.  (field == other.field)
> ------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: LUCENE-1733
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/LUCENE-1733
>             Project: Lucene - Java
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: Index
>            Reporter: Ali Oral
>            Priority: Minor
>
>     The ordering of terms is first by field, then by text.*/
>   public final int compareTo(Term other) {
>     if (field == other.field)			  // fields are interned
>       return text.compareTo(other.text);
>     else
>       return field.compareTo(other.field);
>   }
> I am developing a custom query class. I had unexpected results time to time. When I debugged
the code I found that  Term.compareTo() method returns inconsistent values.  AfterI changed
field == other.field statement to field.equals(other.field) the problem was solved. 

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