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where is the proper place to report lucene bugs?

Jason Eacott-2
can someone please tell me where the most appropriate place to report
bugs might be - in this case for the hit-highlighter contribution

Thanks
Jason.

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Re: where is the proper place to report lucene bugs?

Grant Ingersoll-2
 From the resources section of the website, the Issue Tracking link  
is: http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/LUCENE

Also, it is helpful if you have done a preliminary search on the  
topic and some reasonable investigation to confirm that it is in fact  
a bug.  If your not sure, please ask on this list.

-Grant

On Jan 11, 2007, at 9:49 PM, Jason wrote:

> can someone please tell me where the most appropriate place to  
> report bugs might be - in this case for the hit-highlighter  
> contribution
>
> Thanks
> Jason.
>
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Read the Lucene Java FAQ at http://wiki.apache.org/jakarta-lucene/ 
LuceneFAQ



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Re: where is the proper place to report lucene bugs?

Jason Eacott-2
Thanks Grant,
        I did make an initial posting on this list but got zero responses so
I'm guessing nobody else has seen the problem.

basically from this:

public String highlightTerm(String originalText , TokenGroup group)
        {
                if(group.getTotalScore()<=0)
                {
                        return originalText;
                }
                return "<em>" + originalText + "</em>";
        }

I'm getting '< em> some text </em>' as the result in just one case. This
is an xml fragment and clearly the introduced space between '< e' is not
a good thing.

Thanks for the response.
Jason.



Grant Ingersoll wrote:

>  From the resources section of the website, the Issue Tracking link is:
> http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/LUCENE
>
> Also, it is helpful if you have done a preliminary search on the topic
> and some reasonable investigation to confirm that it is in fact a bug.  
> If your not sure, please ask on this list.
>
> -Grant
>
> On Jan 11, 2007, at 9:49 PM, Jason wrote:
>
>> can someone please tell me where the most appropriate place to report
>> bugs might be - in this case for the hit-highlighter contribution
>>
>> Thanks
>> Jason.
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Re: where is the proper place to report lucene bugs?

Chris Hostetter-3

: public String highlightTerm(String originalText , TokenGroup group)
: {
: if(group.getTotalScore()<=0)
: {
: return originalText;
: }
: return "<em>" + originalText + "</em>";
: }
:
: I'm getting '< em> some text </em>' as the result in just one case. This

...it's not clear to me the code example you just posted could ever
produce the sequence "< em>" unless "< em>" exists in the string
originalTerm ... you're not using the TokenGroup for anything besides
getTotalScore().

can you post a self contained executable example that demonstrates this
problem?



-Hoss


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