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From "Tomoko Uchida (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] [Commented] (LUCENE-2562) Make Luke a Lucene/Solr Module
Date Wed, 16 May 2018 09:51:00 GMT


Tomoko Uchida commented on LUCENE-2562:

It's been a while... but I have ported Luke UI from Thinlet to JavaFX (I feel JavaFX is now
better choice than other 3rd party Frameworks, what do you think?)

JavaFX version can be downloaded here: 

 * Licensed under ALv2
 * Ported major luke functionalities (browsing index, searching docs, optimizing/checking
index, etc)
 * Supports recent Lucene features (DocValues, PointValues, CustomAnalyzers, etc.)
 * Almost full scratched to utilize modern Java syntax/features and unit tested with Lucene
Test Framework

The GitHub repository earns close to 900 stargagers! It's good time to contribute back to
Lucene project but I am not sure what is the proper way. Let me know where should I start.

Anyway, please check it out and I want to hear your feedback!

> Make Luke a Lucene/Solr Module
> ------------------------------
>                 Key: LUCENE-2562
>                 URL:
>             Project: Lucene - Core
>          Issue Type: Task
>            Reporter: Mark Miller
>            Priority: Major
>              Labels: gsoc2014
>         Attachments: LUCENE-2562-Ivy.patch, LUCENE-2562-Ivy.patch, LUCENE-2562-Ivy.patch,
LUCENE-2562-ivy.patch, LUCENE-2562.patch, LUCENE-2562.patch, Luke-ALE-1.png, Luke-ALE-2.png,
Luke-ALE-3.png, Luke-ALE-4.png, Luke-ALE-5.png, luke1.jpg, luke2.jpg, luke3.jpg, lukeALE-documents.png
> see
> "RE: Luke - in need of maintainer":
> "Web-based Luke":
> I think it would be great if there was a version of Luke that always worked with trunk
- and it would also be great if it was easier to match Luke jars with Lucene versions.
> While I'd like to get GWT Luke into the mix as well, I think the easiest starting point
is to straight port Luke to another UI toolkit before abstracting out DTO objects that both
GWT Luke and Pivot Luke could share.
> I've started slowly converting Luke's use of thinlet to Apache Pivot. I haven't/don't
have a lot of time for this at the moment, but I've plugged away here and there over the past
work or two. There is still a *lot* to do.

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