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From Saurabh Gokhale <>
Subject Re: please help me
Date Wed, 10 Aug 2011 19:35:17 GMT
Not sure if I understood the issue right but if you are searching for jars
which might have the imported classes (classes in the import statements)
then just give fully qualified name of that class in search and
you will get which jar has that class file in it.
Select the appropriate jar file that belongs to apache lucene project.

If this is not what you asked for, can you pls elaborate more on the issue

On Wed, Aug 10, 2011 at 9:25 AM, V R <> wrote:

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> From: V R <>
> Date: Wed, Aug 10, 2011 at 6:51 PM
> Subject: please help me
> To:
> Dear all
> I'm a beginner and I need to calculate Precision and recall. I do it by
> Lucene and java.
> I found code for caculating Precision and Recall in lucene, but
> unfortunatly when I run this, program dosent know some import classes, I
> think I should add something to program which is in sourcefile packege which
> I download from (the source code size is
> 61MB) I think it should be a java library package. I sent program running
> and some of unknown classes are shown in picture. (problem in attached file)
> and program code (code in attached files). I thought I shoud do like
> (rightclick on src and add external libraray! )but the file I downloaded
> (source code) is consist of alot of sub folders and.. so I confused!!
> can you have a look to them, I'm sure you know how can I deal with them,
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