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From Scott Ganyo <>
Subject Re: NLucene up to date ?
Date Thu, 31 Jul 2003 15:22:30 GMT
Do these implementations maintain file compatibility with the Java version?


Erik Hatcher wrote:

> I'd love to see there be quality implementations of the Lucene API in 
> other languages, that are up to date with the latest Java codebase.
> I'm embarking on a Ruby port, which I'm hosting at  
> There is a Python version called Lupy.
> A related question I have is what about performance comparisons 
> between the different language implementations?  Will Java be the 
> fastest?  Is there a test suite already available that can demonstrate 
> the performance characteristics of a particular implementation?  I'd 
> love to see the numbers and see if even the Java version can be beat.
>     Erik
> On Thursday, July 31, 2003, at 08:43  AM, 
> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> has a version numbered 1.2b2.
>> Does anyone know if this source is still being maintained to be 
>> closer to the java developments ?
>> Was this an external project to Apache Jakarta ?
>> I (we) have just successfully released a search engine using a c# 
>> implmentation of Lucene.  Code had to be brought up to date in line 
>> with recent java builds, and enhanced with additional features (eg 
>> field sorting, term position score factoring, etc).
>> Any other c# users who would like to see NLucene kept in line with 
>> the java version ?
>> Maybe I'm just being lazy with having to maintain my own version of 
>> Lucene =).
>> Surely there are others out there who are c# users and follow the 
>> mailing lists (I remember a Brian somewhere !) but seldom post.
>> Brendon

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