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From Zilverline <>
Subject Re: Tool for analyzing analyzers
Date Wed, 02 Jun 2004 08:53:13 GMT
Hi Erik,

Thanks for your reply. Have you tried it on a collection yet? I'd love 
the get some of your feedback. I have limited knowledge of the 
underlying capabilities of the lucene library, which is a complement to 
you, since it was extremely easy to integrate lucene. But I'd like to 
get more out of  lucene, such as incremental indexing, to name one. On 
the otherhand I'm interested in general requirements and wishes for the app.


  Michael Franken

Erik Hatcher wrote:

> On May 28, 2004, at 6:50 AM, Zilverline info wrote:
>>> But I'd love to build a Lucene "demo" application that is powerful 
>>> enough to be used as a foundation for folks to use out-of-the-box.
>> That's just what I thought. Here's one:
> Michael - zilverline is nicely done!  I downloaded it and dropped it 
> into Tomcat and it came right up.  I did not actually configure a 
> collection yet, but from the docs on the website it looks like you 
> have built something quite nice.  Maybe you could embed a built-in 
> collection of the zilverline docs so something comes up right away and 
> is searchable :)
> Nice work.  I'll definitely stay tuned into your project.
>     Erik
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