[sword-devel] A possible way to speed up was Re: Search
optimized (still too slow)
Michael A. Peters
Thu, 08 Apr 2004 17:57:58 -0700
Is there anyone sponsoring the development of clucine?
I was unable to get it to build on my Fedora Core 2 Test 2 system - but
that's not surprising, there's other things (like gnomesword) that also
currently don't build.
But clucine looks like it could be so useful for so many things, it
seems like a good candidate for a bigger party to pick up and sponsor
development for the project.
I could see projects like scrollkeeper etc. from benefiting from such an
On Thu, 2004-04-08 at 14:24, Troy A. Griffitts wrote:
> CLucene should still be a option for index searches. I haven't tried
> it lately, but it is the indended route if you would like to use that
> search engine. It not only is fast, but provides additional syntax
> options for search strings. I don't know of anyone that has compiled it
> on the Mac. It seems I always have a few small things I have to change
> in the code to get it to compile, depending on for what system I'm
> compiling it. My hope is that we can supply some patches to improve the
> clucene build system.
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