Release Notes: This release adds a new join contrib module to the build. PyLucene has been built with JCC 2.11 from Lucene 3.4.0 sources.
Release Notes: This release contains bug fixes and improvements. It closely matches the release of Lucene Java 3.0.3 and is built with JCC 2.7.
Release Notes: This release contains bug fixes and improvements. It closely matches the release of Lucene Java 3.0.2 and is built with JCC 2.6.
Release Notes: This version tracks Lucene Java's recent 3.0.0 release. Many APIs deprecated in earlier Lucene Java releases were removed and have thus been removed from PyLucene. Lucene Java now requires Java 1.5. JCC 2.5 was enhanced to take advantage of this, significantly reducing the use of downcasts.
Release Notes: This release tracks the recent release of Lucene Java 2.9.1, and fixes a few bugs found since PyLucene 2.9.0. The Lucene Java sources are now included in the PyLucene source archive, and a Subversion client is no longer needed to build and install PyLucene.
Release Notes: This version reflects the recent Java Lucene 2.9.0 release.
Release Notes: This is the first release of PyLucene since its recent move to the Apache Software Foundation as an Apache Lucene subproject. This release tracks Java Lucene's recent 2.4.1 release and introduces a number of bugfixes and improvements.
Release Notes: This version reflects the recent Java Lucene 2.3.1 release.
Release Notes: This release mirrors the recent Java Lucene 2.3.0 release, and includes a number of bugfixes regarding memory leaks. It is built with JCC only. GCJ-PyLucene is now deprecated.
Release Notes: This release comes in two flavors: the original built with GCJ, the GNU Java compiler, and a new flavor built with JCC, a C++ code generator that makes it possible to call into Java classes from Python via Java's Native Invocation Interface (JNI). PyLucene with JCC can be used with any Java runtime environment implementing the JNI.