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From "Doug Sale" <>
Subject Re: Building Lucene.NET for VS2008/.NET 3.5
Date Thu, 17 Jul 2008 15:59:11 GMT
I made changes to the source to remove all unused variables (declared
exceptions, and a few others in QueryParser and QueryParserTokenManager - I
think).  They were re-introduced by the time my code was submitted to SVN.
I'm not sure if this was on purpose or not - the exception variables might
have been re-introduced via code beautification or some other automagic

George, can you speak to whether there is a legitimate reason to keep
references to the unused variables?


On Thu, Jul 17, 2008 at 10:52 AM, Stephen Voorhees <> wrote:

> All,
> I am working on building Lucene.NET 2.3.1 in Visual Studio 2008 and .NET
> 3.5.  I have updated solution and project files to support this and plan to
> address several code analysis warnings that show up (eg. unused local
> variables, etc...)  I won't be making any changes that require the .NET 3.0+
> runtime to ensure the code can continue to build and run on VS 2005/.NET
> 2.0.
> I'd like to submit my solution/project files to the code base, should I
> just create a JIRA defect with a patch?  Also, I assume, any code analysis
> fixes should be submitted the same way.
> Cheers,
> --Steve
> Software Architect
> Autodesk Inc.

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