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From Erik Hatcher <e...@ehatchersolutions.com>
Subject Re: QueryParser implicit conjunction
Date Sun, 26 Jun 2005 01:14:49 GMT

On Jun 25, 2005, at 5:13 PM, John Fereira wrote:

> At 02:42 PM 6/25/2005 +0200, Daniel Naber wrote:
>
>> On Saturday 25 June 2005 13:59, John Fereira wrote:
>>
>> > Was there someplace that I should have looked to determine that
>> > qp.parse(String) would call the non-static method but qp.parse 
>> (String,
>> > String, Analyzer) would not?
>>
>> Your IDE should have warned you about that. If it didn't, try  
>> Eclipse.
>>
>
> I usually don't use an IDE and am familiar with Eclipse, IntelliJ,  
> NetBeans, etc.   When I started programming on *nix systems 21  
> years ago we didn't have them so I just got used to working from a  
> command shell.

See what you're missing?!  :)

I really admire and respect the folks that do Java without an IDE.   
Doug wrote Lucene with emacs, and that is a skill in and of itself to  
be revered.  But I view Java source code as a rich interconnected  
web.  Surfing it with an IDE(A!) is definitely my preference.

     Erik


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