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From "Bill Au" <>
Subject Re: [Solr Wiki] Update of "SolrUpdate" by BrianLucas
Date Thu, 08 Mar 2007 15:17:36 GMT
     I think getting the Solr PHP client into PEAR is a worthwhile effort.
And we welcome your contribution towards achieving this goal.


On 3/2/07, Dan Scott <> wrote:
> On 02/03/07, Bill Au <> wrote:
> > Now that we have an "official" place for Solr client.  I think we should
> put
> > the PHP
> > update and query clients there.
> >
> > I haven't found anything in ant that will compile PHP scripts.  But if
> we
> > assume PHP
> > is install on the local system, we can also do an <exec>.
> >
> > We have to start somewhere.  Once there is a client, then we can improve
> it
> > and/or add additional API to it.  I think it should be driven by the
> user
> > community.
> >
> > Bill
> For PHP, I think it would be best to maintain the official Solr client
> as part of the PEAR repository -- probably in a package named
> "Services_Solr". PHP folk are used to downloading pure PHP libraries
> through the "pear install XXX" command.
> Of course, that would mean rewriting the PHP client to be compliant
> with PEAR standards, including being written for PHP 5 with no
> E_STRICT warnings, error-handling through exceptions, having unit
> tests, and having documentation. The benefit of these requirements is
> that it results in interoperability with other PEAR libraries.
> If the contributor of the current Solr PHP client isn't interested in
> going through the PEAR process for proposing and contributing a
> package, and meeting all of the PEAR repository standards, I'll
> volunteer to write a new client from scratch. After Erik's tutorial at
> code4lib this week, I feel that I grok Solr sufficiently -- and I have
> a fair bit of experience with the PEAR process.
> Dan Scott

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