[pylucene-dev] extend Similarity -- but only want to overide one
johnkleven at yahoo.com
Fri Mar 9 19:25:15 PST 2007
Ok thanks for the compile tips. I'm hoping to be able
to test the delegation stuff soon, but still stuck on
compilation on 6.06 Ubuntu w/ gcc-4.2.0.
I've gotten the latest PyLucene source from svn and
i'm getting it compiled (make test fails tho), but i'm
pretty sure that when it does the Lucene java compile,
it is either using my 1.5.0 JDK (which is bad
apparently) or it is using GCJ (which is even worse
Once i get 1.4.2 sun java installed, how do i tell Ant
or the pylucene makefile (or shell variable?) to use
the java bin dir that is from 1.4.2 when compiling
Also, of note, I received a ton of warnings from the
g++ as it hit some of the .cpp files .... i'm assuming
that is normal?
Thank you again -
--- Andi Vajda <vajda at osafoundation.org> wrote:
> On Fri, 9 Mar 2007, John Kleven wrote:
> > You are amazing. I will test this out as soon as
> i figure out how to
> > compile PyLucene (been putting that off for far
> too long) so i will
> > hopefully get a chance to give it a go today -
> If you are on Mac OS X or Linux and have a sane gcj,
> it should be no problem.
> Note that to build from svn sources, you need a sane
> JDK 1.4.x such as
> Apple's, Sun's or Blackdown's on Linux).
> What is a sane gcj ?
> - gcj 3.4.x everywhere but Intel OS X where a
> heavily patched gcj
> 4.0.2 is required (get it from  or build it
> with )
> - a recent gcj 4.2.0 snapshot on Linux
> On Windows, you need a cygwin environment and a
> PyLucene source tarball with
> the Lucene .jar files as I usually upload. Let me
> know if you need that now
> (I'm offline all of next week) and a mingw gcj 3.4.x
> compiler which is tricky
> to build to say the least; you may get it from 
> > PS. Do you take paypal donations?
> I personally don't, but OSAF sure does, see .
> Thanks !
>  http://gcc.gnu.org/ml/java/2006-05/msg00151.html
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