[sword-devel] Future MacSword
Troy A. Griffitts
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Mon Mar 17 11:02:20 MST 2008
Just a side note, but SWORD includes a compiler option to use clucene
(c++ port of lucene). If you can get clucene compiled for the iphone
(it has compiled for me fairly straight-forward on most platforms), then
you can turn on sword support for this (usrinst.sh near the top) and
sword search optimization features will be enabled.
Nathan Youngman wrote:
> Hi Manfred,
> Yay, SearchKit! Sounds like a little cleanup is needed in Subversion
> though :-)
> I'm not sure if SearchKit is on iPhone OS, I don't see why not, but
> never know.
> Regarding the networking bit:
> "There may be occasions when you need to configure your application
> target so that it links against one framework to run on the iPhone
> simulator and another framework to run on a device. For example, the
> CFNetwork API is a stand-alone framework (CFNetwork.framework) in the
> iPhone SDK for a device but a subframework of the Core Services
> framework (CoreServices.framework) on the iPhone SDK for the iPhone
> I fired off an email to Will... he's not always the best at getting
> back to me, but we'll see.
> Yes, the web sources should be in Subversion indeed.
> - nathan.
> On 17-Mar-08, at 9:16 AM, Manfred Bergmann wrote:
>> Hi Nathan.
>> We don't use Lucene any longer (for quite a while now actually).
>> Instead Apple's SearchKit is used for indexing/searching.
>> Maybe there is time to create a Spotlight plugin in the future. But
>> more important things need to get done actually.
>> Do you know if SearchKit is available on iPhone?
>> Would be good if you could contact Will and ask for that.
>> I would find it good to also have the website sources version
>> controlled actually.
> Nathan Youngman
> Email: nj at nathany dot com
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