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Subject [Lucene-java Wiki] Update of "ReleaseNote35" by simonwillnauer
Date Tue, 15 Nov 2011 16:34:04 GMT
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The "ReleaseNote35" page has been changed by simonwillnauer:
http://wiki.apache.org/lucene-java/ReleaseNote35?action=diff&rev1=3&rev2=4

Comment:
fixed indent 

+ {{{
  MMM???? 2011, Apache Luceneā€š 3.5.0 available
  The Lucene PMC is pleased to announce the release of Apache Lucene 3.5.0.
  
@@ -17, +18 @@

  
  Lucene 3.5.0 Release Highlights:
  
-  * Added a very substantial (3-5X) RAM reduction required to hold the terms index on opening
an IndexReader. (LUCENE-2205)
+  * Added a very substantial (3-5X) RAM reduction required to hold the
+    terms index on opening an IndexReader. (LUCENE-2205)
  
-  * Added IndexSearcher.searchAfter which returns results after a specified ScoreDoc (e.g.
last document on the previous page) to support deep paging use cases. (LUCENE-2215)
+  * Added IndexSearcher.searchAfter which returns results after a
+    specified ScoreDoc (e.g. last document on the previous page) to
+    support deep paging use cases. (LUCENE-2215)
  
-  * Added SearcherManager to manage sharing and reopening IndexSearchers across multiple
search threads. Underlying IndexReader instances are safely closed if not referenced anymore.
(LUCENE-3445, LUCENE-3558)
+  * Added SearcherManager to manage sharing and reopening IndexSearchers
+    across multiple search threads. Underlying IndexReader instances are
+    safely closed if not referenced anymore. (LUCENE-3445, LUCENE-3558)
  
-  * Added SearcherLifetimeManager to safely handle follow-on search requests. In a highly
dynamic environment new searchers can be different from request to request and drill downs,
changes of sort fields or click on facets can be invalid due to a new searcher. SearcherLifetimeManager
helps to improve user experience guaranteeing same searchers across requests. (LUCENE-3558,
LUCENE-3486)
+  * Added SearcherLifetimeManager to safely handle follow-on search
+    requests. In a highly dynamic environment new searchers can be
+    different from request to request and drill downs, changes of sort
+    fields or click on facets can be invalid due to a new searcher.
+    SearcherLifetimeManager helps to improve user experience
+    guaranteeing same searchers across requests. (LUCENE-3558,
+    LUCENE-3486)
  
-  * Fixed bug where closing an NRT reader after the writer was closed was incorrectly invoking
the DeletionPolicy and (then possibly deleting files) on the closed IndexWriter. (LUCENE-3439)
+  * Fixed bug where closing an NRT reader after the writer was closed
+    was incorrectly invoking the DeletionPolicy and (then possibly
+    deleting files) on the closed IndexWriter. (LUCENE-3439)
  
-  * Renamed IndexWriter.optimize to forceMerge to discourage use of this method since it
is horribly costly and rarely justified anymore. MergePolicy.findMergesForOptimize was renamed
to findForcedMerges. IndexReader.isOptimized was deprecated. IndexCommit.isOptimized was replaced
with getSegmentCount. (LUCENE-3439)
+  * Renamed IndexWriter.optimize to forceMerge to discourage use of
+    this method since it is horribly costly and rarely justified
+    anymore. MergePolicy.findMergesForOptimize was renamed to
+    findForcedMerges. IndexReader.isOptimized was deprecated.
+    IndexCommit.isOptimized was replaced with getSegmentCount.
+    (LUCENE-3439)
  
-  * Renamed IndexReader.reopen to IndexReader.openIfChanged (a static method). IndexReader.openIfChanged
now returns null instead of the old reader if there are no changes in the index, to prevent
the common pitfall of accidentally closing the old reader. (LUCENE-3464)
+  * Renamed IndexReader.reopen to IndexReader.openIfChanged
+    (a static method). IndexReader.openIfChanged now returns null
+    instead of the old reader if there are no changes in the index,
+    to prevent the common pitfall of accidentally closing the old
+    reader. (LUCENE-3464)
  
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  distributing releases.  It is possible that the mirror you are using may not
  have replicated the release yet.  If that is the case, please try another
  mirror.  This also goes for Maven access.
+ }}}
  

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