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From "Andrew Bisson" <Andrew.Bis...@gossinteractive.com>
Subject Bug in boilerpipe 1.1.0 referenced from solr-cell
Date Wed, 04 May 2011 11:48:07 GMT
Solr-cell references boilerpipe 1.1.0 which contains a modified version
of nekohtml 1.9.9.

It seems that this version of nekohtml is broken in that it references
the class LostText without including it.

 

The unmodified release of nekohtml 1.9.9 does not reference or include
this class and the latest release, 1.9.14, both references and includes
it.

 

As a result, our application has been broken because it independently
uses nekohtml and is now finding a broken version of the jar.

 

How should I report this issue as it is not directly a bug in solr?

Andrew Le Couteur Bisson

Senior Software Engineer

GOSS Interactive


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