vitojph at gmail.com
Thu Nov 24 09:22:16 PST 2005
> Creating a custom analyzer in python in PyLucene can be pretty simple. See the
> "Lucene in Action" samples ported to Python in the PyLucene distribution.
> If all you want is a different set of stop words, it might even be very
Yeah, I guess it's not very difficult. Indeed, I've found some
examples of FrenchAnalyzer (in Java) which should be very similar.
I'll try to translate it. I'll let you guys know.
> For more specific information about a SpanishAnalyzer or how to go about
> creating your own, you might ask the java-user at lucene.apache.org mailing list
> where such Lucene-specific (java or not) questions are best addressed.
I took a look at the list archives but I didn't find anything. Thanks a lot.
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