It's _always_ encouraged to create a JIRA and submit a patch. And your
approach is also encouraged, first outline what you want to do to generate
comments and then create a patch.

From there you may sometimes have to prod a bit to get it applied to the
code line. Do be aware that the earliest Apache release you'd see any new
changes in is probably Solr 7.1.

Here's some useful information about how to get started:


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