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From Robert Muir <rcm...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [VOTE] Release Lucene/Solr 3.1
Date Fri, 25 Mar 2011 14:57:54 GMT
On Fri, Mar 25, 2011 at 10:45 AM, Grant Ingersoll <gsingers@apache.org> wrote:

> I do think we need standalone artifacts.  So, I suppose if we do that, then we can't
just svn export, b/c we would need to separate dev tools per project.  But, then again, why
can't we have:
> /dev-tools/
> /lucene/dev-tools
> /solr/dev-tools
>
> The top level just creates IDE that includes the lower ones, but the lower ones can each
be standalone. (This goes for the Maven stuff too).
>
> I realize, of course, this is work, so my suggestion would be we do 3.1 w/ it included
as is and then fix in the next release.
>

I would be against this. currently to fix eclipse i just copy the
.classpath file to /dev-tools/eclipse/dot.classpath and commit. This
makes it significantly harder.
Additionally I don't see how this could possibly work: a "standalone"
solr would use lucene jar files since it doesnt include the lucene
source.
Because of this, a "top-level" dev-tools eclipse configuration would
not be the composition of lucene+solr, instead it would be a totally
different thing.

So I don't think this is useful: dev-tools is for developers, and
developers are all using the big /trunk checkout, so we don't need
dev-tools at a lower level, for no good reason.

Honestly I could care less about making it easy for someone to
configure lucene or solr by itself in their IDE. I did the eclipse
work (for example) to make it easier for people to contribute to
lucene/solr, I could care less about making it easier for people to
configure their "own private copies" of lucene or solr easier, and I'm
definitely not going to let it make it *harder* on us to support
contributions (the top-level /dev-tools).

This is becoming a slippery slope fast... Uwe's perspective is
starting to become much more attractive.

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