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From cemerick <cemer...@snowtide.com>
Subject Re: Purpose of the file modification date methods in Directory?
Date Wed, 02 Sep 2009 02:35:45 GMT

Fair enough.  This Directory impl is really only useful in conjunction with
other usage of the jdbm embedded database -- I can't imagine people layering
other Lucene-dependent projects on top (like Solr or whatever).

I suppose if that time ever comes, I'll revisit the issue. :-)

- Chas


hossman wrote:
> 
> 
> : Right, and those methods (IndexReader.lastModified and
> : IndexCommit.lastModified) aren't used at all.  I guess what I meant to
> say
> 
> they aren't used internal in Lucene, but they are part of the public API, 
> so client code (apps built using Lucene) may expect them to work for their 
> own internal purposes.
> 
> 
> -Hoss
> 
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