[EasyHack] #44681 port to CLucene from java/Lucene
g.h.m.van.valkenhoef at rug.nl
Tue Feb 14 00:30:51 PST 2012
On 13-02-12, Rene Engelhard <rene at debian.org> wrote:
> first of all: thanks for this effort, which should have been done when this
> lucene dependency was introduced in the first place in OOo times.
> On Mon, Feb 13, 2012 at 04:17:49PM +0100, Radek Doulik wrote:
> > > * This implementation is using the master branch of CLucene's git,
> > > with clucene-contribs-lib enabled (for CJK support). The released
> > > version of CLucene is compatible with Lucene 1.9.x, whereas LibreOffice
> > > uses Lucene 2.3.
> This is bad. Will that get somewhen released? And is the clucene-contribs-lib
> included? (And if separate, how hard is to enable it? Patching it into "proper"
> clucene is a no-go.)
> As Radek says, we should (if it was only me: must) support building
> against "standard" libclucene. And relying on a git snapshot is bad...
I can't guess at if or when there will be a clucene release. However the released version is ancient, and the developers themselves say the git version is stable and should be used. On the other hand, I don't think distributions carry it. I could look into using the released 1.9.x-compatible version instead, but I expect there was a reason for using Lucene 2.3.x. There is a tag for clucene-src-126.96.36.199 for which there are also tarballs on the sourceforge page. We could depend on that version -- it is a small dependency and takes under a minute to build.
Regarding the contribs: it is part of their git repository, and can be enabled as part of the standard build.
> > > * Can someone help to figure out how to make CLucene part of the LO
> > > build process? CLucene is using CMake and there seems to be no way to
> > > 'make install' the clucene-contribs-lib, so this might be tricky.
> > This usually done like this, you either use system libraries if
> > available or build the package (CLucene in this case) inside LO build
> > tree. Look into configure.in, search for cairo for example. Cairo is
> > graphic library where we link against system one or build one inside LO.
> > Giving Cc to _rene_ and pmladek who know a lot about build process.
> But he didn't post *any* makefile, so trying to write a configure check
> is moot right now anyways ;-)
I'm planning to work on that later today. (But also see the post by Caolan, which you may have missed.)
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