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Lucene example source code file (index.xml)

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The Lucene index.xml source code

<?xml version="1.0"?>
<document>
	  <header>
          <title>
	        Apache Lucene - Lucene Contrib
		  </title>
	  </header>
      <body>

      <section id="Contrib">Lucene Contrib
	        <p>
	          The Lucene Java project also contains a workspace, Lucene Contrib
	          (formerly known as the Lucene Sandbox), that is open both to all Lucene 
	          Java core committers and to developers whose commit rights are 
	          restricted to the Contrib workspace; these developers are referred to 
	          as "Contrib committers".  The Lucene Contrib workspace hosts the 
	          following types of packages:
	        </p>
	        <ul>
	          <li>Various third party contributions.
	          <li>
	            Contributions with third party dependencies - the Lucene Java core
	            distribution has no external runtime dependencies.
	          </li>
	          <li>
	            New ideas that are intended for eventual inclusion into the Lucene 
	            Java core.
	          </li>
	         </ul>
	        <p>
	          Users are free to experiment with the components developed in the
	          Contrib workspace, but Contrib packages will not necessarily be
	          maintained, particularly in their current state. The Lucene Java core 
	          backwards compatibility commitments (see
	          <a href="http://wiki.apache.org/lucene-java/BackwardsCompatibility"
	            >http://wiki.apache.org/lucene-java/BackwardsCompatibility</a>)
	          do not necessarily extend to the packages in the Contrib workspace.
	          See the README.txt file for each Contrib package for details.  If the
	          README.txt file does not address its backwards compatibility
	          commitments, users should assume it does not make any compatibility
	          commitments.
	        </p>
			<p>
  			  See <a href="../changes/Contrib-Changes.html">Contrib CHANGES for changes included in the current release.
			</p>


            <p>
                You can access the current trunk Contrib repository at
                <a href="http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/lucene/dev/trunk/lucene/contrib/">http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/lucene/dev/trunk/lucene/contrib/.
            </p>

            <section id="analyzers">analyzers
                <p>Contributed Analyzers, Tokenizers, and Filters for various uses and languages.

<p>See analyzers javadoc

</section> <section id="benchmark">benchmark <p>The benchmark contribution contains tools for benchmarking Lucene using standard, freely available corpora.

<p>See benchmark javadoc

</section> <section id="demo">demo <p>The demo contrib contains the Lucene demo: IndexFiles and SearchFiles, described under <a href="../gettingstarted.html">Getting Started.

<p>See demo javadoc

</section> <section id="grouping">grouping <p>Groups search results according to a specified field

<p>See grouping javadoc

</section> <section id="highlighter">highlighter <p>A set of classes for highlighting matching terms in search results.

<p>See highlighter javadoc

</section> <section id="icu">icu <p>Provides integration with ICU (International Components for Unicode) for stronger Unicode and internationalization support. </p> <p>See icu javadoc

</section> <section id="instantiated">instantiated <p>RAM-based index that enables much faster searching than RAMDirectory in certain situations.

<p>See instantiated javadoc

</section> <section id="memory">memory <p>High-performance single-document main memory index.

<p>See memory javadoc

</section> <section id="misc">misc <p>A variety of miscellaneous files, including QueryParsers, and other alternate Lucene class implementations and tools.

<p>See misc javadoc

</section> <section id="queryparser">queryparser <p>A new Lucene query parser implementation, which matches the syntax of the core QueryParser but offers a more modular architecture to enable customization.

<p>See queryparser javadoc

</section> <section id="queries">queries <p>Additional queries for Lucene.

<p>See queries javadoc

</section> <section id="remote">remote <p>Classes to help use Lucene with RMI.

<p>See remote javadoc

</section> <section id="spatial">spatial <p>Classes to help with efficient distance based sorting.

<p>See spatial javadoc

</section> <section id="spellchecker">spellchecker <p>Provides tools for spellchecking and suggestions with Lucene.

<p>See spellchecker javadoc

</section> <section id="wordnet">wordnet <p>Tools to help utilize wordnet synonyms with Lucene

<p>See wordnet javadoc

</section> <section id="xml-query-parser">xml-query-parser <p>A QueryParser that can read queries written in an XML format.

<p>See xml-query-parser javadoc

</section> </section> </body> </document>

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