[sword-devel] module modtime -vs- CLucene index out-of-date-ness

Karl Kleinpaste karl at kleinpaste.org
Wed May 2 13:53:32 MST 2007

Chris Little <chrislit at crosswire.org> writes:
> compression takes 5 minutes for a single Bible (OT+NT) on my Win32 
> system (2GHz Pent-M, 7200RPM drive), due to the constant disk access.

I had similar thoughts.  I've just installed WinSword + Sword libs +
GnomeSword on my wife's 1.8GHz dual-core WinXP laptop and now I'm
indexing 248 modules.  It's been running for ~4 hours and has quite a
way to go.

BTW, would someone please update mkfastmod so that it outputs a final
'\n'?  I would appreciate it.

I also just discovered that BibleTime creates its own CLucene indices,
rather than using those created by mkfastmod under $DataPath/lucene.
/mutter/ /mumble/  No wonder BT has been bugging me about "some
modules need to be indexed before they can be searched" even though I
have everything already indexed on my own machines.

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