(Stop) Breaking URLs

I'm doing some work with ElasticSearch and while I find Clinton Gormley's Perl interface to ElasticSearch to be excellent, the ElasticSearch docs have left me a bit confused at times. It's based on Lucene, so while trying to find examples of analyzers for non-English langauges, I found a quick introduction to Lucene.

That introduction said I could find a list of analyzers for other languages in the Lucene sandbox.

Except that's a 404.

So in hunting around some more, I find this email which explains that the sandbox has been merged with the rest of the codebase and is now at this subversion repository.

That repository has a single file named trunk_development_moved.txt and clicking on that gives me:

    As of 2010-03-23, development of Lucene Java moved to a
    new SVN folder and was merged with Solr development:

    The combined checkout of Lucene+Solr can be found here:
    https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/lucene/dev/trunk

    If you are only interested in Lucene Java, use:
    https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/lucene/dev/trunk/lucene

Sigh.

Digging through further eventually led me to https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/lucene/dev/trunk/lucene/contrib/sandbox/ which is, apparently, the elusive "sandbox".

Except that the analyzers for other languages have apparently been removed. Time for more snipe hunting ...

1 Comment

It is in /repos/asf/lucene/java/tags/lucene_solr_3_4_0/lucene/contrib/analyzers/.

Leave a comment

About Ovid

user-pic Have Perl; Will Travel. Freelance Perl/Testing/Agile consultant. Photo by http://www.circle23.com/. Warning: that site is not safe for work. The photographer is a good friend of mine, though, and it's appropriate to credit his work.