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Lucene example source code file (gettingstarted.xml)

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The Lucene gettingstarted.xml source code

<?xml version="1.0"?>
<document>
	<header>
        <title>
	Apache Lucene - Getting Started Guide
		</title>
	</header>
<properties>
<author email="acoliver@apache.org">Andrew C. Oliver
</properties>
<body>

<section id="Getting Started">
    <title>Getting Started
<p>
This document is intended as a "getting started" guide.  It has three audiences: first-time users
looking to install Apache Lucene in their application; developers looking to modify or base
the applications they develop on Lucene; and developers looking to become involved in and contribute
to the development of Lucene.  This document is written in tutorial and walk-through format.  The
goal is to help you "get started".  It does not go into great depth on some of the conceptual or
inner details of Lucene.
</p>

<p>
Each section listed below builds on one another.  More advanced users
may wish to skip sections.
</p>

<ul>
	<li>About the command-line Lucene demo and its usage.  This section
	is intended for anyone who wants to use the command-line Lucene demo.</li>

	<li>About the sources and implementation for the command-line Lucene
	demo</a>.  This section walks through the implementation details (sources) of the
	command-line Lucene demo.  This section is intended for developers.</li>
</ul>
</section>

</body>
</document>



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