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From jpsullivan <>
Subject [GitHub] lucenenet pull request: Add tests to Lucene.Net.Queries
Date Tue, 11 Aug 2015 05:44:51 GMT
GitHub user jpsullivan opened a pull request:

    Add tests to Lucene.Net.Queries

    This PR wraps up the port of tests for the Lucene.Net.Queries project.

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    $ git pull queries-test-coverage

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    This closes #152
commit 96118654a2a358af8fdfd13455964432820d898d
Author: Josh Sullivan <>
Date:   2015-08-11T00:06:27Z

    Completed the BoostingQueryTest class

commit 7b4987f77e7395618c2fd62a0565d93aec82e5dc
Author: Josh Sullivan <>
Date:   2015-08-11T00:28:41Z

    Ported the ChainedFilterTest class.
    Think I did the right thing with the GregorianCalendar usage...

commit 2808ec7408968488aa6fd8091c1be8fe3fbd1eb9
Author: Josh Sullivan <>
Date:   2015-08-11T05:31:24Z

    Finished testing Lucene.Net.Queries
    Added a few implementation changes based around expecting certain
    arguments to throw if empty/null.


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