nospam+sword-devel at joachim-ansorg.de
Sun Aug 13 16:04:27 MST 2006
The current clucenen has support for the native order, it just needs to be
patched into sword.
> The ListKey container which is returned from SWModule::search has a
> newly added .sort() method.
> Eeli Kaikkonen wrote:
> > On Sun, 6 Aug 2006, Eeli Kaikkonen wrote:
> >> I tried to compile Sword for some time ago on Debian unstable. CLucene
> >> had some problem then. Now I tried again (after upgrading Debian) and
> >> compilation worked for some reason, maybe CLucene had been updated.
> >> Now the problem is that I don't know how to use clucene with sword. Any
> >> pointers? I just like to test it, preferably with some simple command
> >> like tool like diatheke.
> > I managed to compile BibleTime1.6beta3 with clucene support. I made
> > indexes with that and copied them to sword module directories. I made
> > necessary changes to diatheke and now it supports clucene search.
> > /work/sword/bin/diatheke -b KJV -s lucene -k "what*"
> > Verses containing "what*"-- I Samuel 20:4 ; Genesis 2:19 ; Romans 2:29
> > ; [...] Revelation of John 3:3 -- 1036 matches total (KJV)
> > It took about 2 seconds when the index was in physical memory disk
> > cache. Great. Downside is that returned verse keys are not alpabetically
> > arranged.
> > Yours,
> > Eeli Kaikkonen (Mr.), Oulu, Finland
> > e-mail: eekaikko at mailx.studentx.oulux.fix (with no x)
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