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From Grant Ingersoll <>
Subject Re: ZipFile directory implementation
Date Sun, 08 Mar 2009 11:49:29 GMT

Sounds interesting.  Can you tell us a bit more about the use case for  
it?  Is it basically you are in a situation where you can't unzip the  

Also, have you looked at how it performs?


On Mar 6, 2009, at 5:02 PM, tsuraan wrote:

> I wrote a really basic read-only Directory implementation for indices
> contained in zip files.  It's read-only because that's what Java's API
> supports, and it has no documentation or anything else because I
> haven't gotten to that yet.  It also claims its package is
> since that's how I was testing it.
> Anyhow, it's really ugly, but seems to work.  I was wondering if
> anybody wanted to have a glance at it to see if there's anything
> obvious that I'm doing wrong, simple off-by-one errors, that sort of
> thing.
> The code is on github,
> .  If anybody wants
> to have a look, test it out a bit, whatever, I'd be grateful.  There's
> no license headers on the source either; I figured public domain, bsd,
> apache-2.0, whatever works would be fine.  I'm also open to better
> methods of packaging it; I assume that putting it in the lucene
> package like that myself isn't quite the right way to do things...
> Thanks!
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