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From Chris Hostetter <hossman_luc...@fucit.org>
Subject Re: Namespaces in response (SOLR-1586)
Date Mon, 21 Dec 2009 15:29:00 GMT

: > eh ... agree to disagree i guess. it seems just as valid to say that
: > "UpdateCommand" -- what type of data does it update? ... or that
: > "RequestHandler" is ambigious because it can only handle "Solr" requests,
: > so it should be title "SolrRequestHandler".
: 
: True! I guess it's just aesthetics. I can go either way, but I dunno. (and
: yes, just to be a pest, What type of data does that UpdateCommand update?)

Isn't it obvious from the context? ... Solr Data  :)

(i think that's the first, and last, time i've used an emoticon on a 
lucene mailing list )

: You give a little, you get a little back. Maybe a compromise is to called it
: NamedListResponseWriter, b/c that's really what it writes, no? Naming can be

By that logic every ResponseWriter is a NamedListResponseWriter, and a 
StringResponseWriter and a MapResponseWriter ... at a certain point you 
have to just trust that people will read the docs, you can't encode every 
bit of knowledge about hte code base into the names.


-Hoss


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