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From Chris Hostetter <hossman_luc...@fucit.org>
Subject Re: lucene and solr trunk
Date Thu, 18 Mar 2010 00:33:27 GMT
: build and nicely gets all dependencies to Lucene and Tika whenever I build
: or release, no problem there and certainly no need to have it merged into
: Lucene's svn!

The key distinction is that Solr is allready in "Lucene's svn" -- The 
question is how reorg things in a way that makes it easier to build Solr 
and Lucene-Java all at once, while wtill making it easy to build just 
Lucene-Java.

: Professionally i work on a (world-class) geocoder that also nicely depends
: on Lucene by using maven, no problems there at all and no need to merge
: that code in Lucene's svn!

Unless maven has some features i'm not aware of, your "nicely depends" 
works buy pulling Lucene jars from a repository -- changing Solr to do 
that (instead of having committed jars) would be farrly simple (with or 
w/o maven), but that's not the goal.  The goal is to make it easy to build 
both at once, have patches that update both, and (make it easy to) have 
atomic svn commits that touch both.


-Hoss


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