On Jun 27, 2009, at 2:58, Grant Baillie <gra...@osafoundation.org> wrote:
On 26 Jun, 2009, at 17:02, Andi Vajda wrote:
On Jun 27, 2009, at 1:46, Grant Baillie <gra...@osafoundation.org>
At the least, I think it would be good to get that source (or newer)
to build against python 2.6 (for Karmic).
PyLucene builds and works fine against Python 2.6. To upgrade:
- use PyLucene 2.4.1-2
- use the right JCC invocation (-m won't work until 2.7) (example
is in Makefile)
- implement the necessary changes in the repository lucene
directory code (If I remember right, they're simple, having to do
byte arrays; the previous person that attempted this (techgurufloyd)
figured them out by himself)
Thanks for the info, Andi. Is there anything wrong with building the
old version (2.3-something) with the changed jcc invocation? That
seems to work (and searches in Chandler don't crash :o).
No, that should work too but the idea is to use a PyLucene that is
compatible with the version provided by Ubuntu. You could then just
use it instead of building it.
If that version is newer than what Chandler currently uses, in
particular with regards to the java array handling code, then
upgrading is going to require these changes in Chandler's repository
I think that techgurufloyd's chandlerdb patch is in this message: