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From Hans Merkl ...@hmerkl.com>
Subject Re: Lucere project announcement
Date Thu, 11 Nov 2010 21:53:23 GMT
Keep in mind that Java Lucene is being developed actively. Once you
start to optimize for .NET, it will become harder and harder to keep
up with future Java Lucene development.

Whats does MPS do that may be useful for Lucene.NET?

On Thu, Nov 11, 2010 at 14:54, Karell Ste-Marie <stemarie@brain-bank.com> wrote:
> I have done no other past contribution other than use the product,
>
> Can I be reminded, once again, why we don't use the .NET Optimized
> approaches instead of doing a straight code-code port?
>
> I understand that the whole purpose of the project is to be a Lucene
> port to .NET, but should we not at some point in time optimize more for
> .NET than just continue to try and port more Java to .NET code? From
> Scratch? Each and every version?
>
> It seems to be that if that is the approach then perhaps it would be
> time better spent to look into a tool such as MPS
> (http://www.jetbrains.com/mps/) and then use the source java language
> through this which would product .NET code on the other side.
>
> Or perhaps I've just managed to place a size-12 foot in my mouth because
> the current process is actually almost exactly this today?
>
> Comments welcome...
>
>
>
> Karell Ste-Marie
> C.I.O. - BrainBank Inc
> (514) 636-6655
>

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