-Re: What we loose if we use ClassicTokenizer instead of StandardTokenizer
Erick Erickson 2012-06-19, 10:49
You're asking us to predict the future, which if I could I'd be rich enough
to build a mansion. If it's not marked as deprecated in 4.x or trunk, so it
doesn't look like there's any plans to deprecate it. Although what the future
holds is a good question..
I'd _strongly_ advise that you look at the admin/analysis page with the two
tokenizers to get a feel for how they behave, I find a few minutes playing
around there gives me a better sense of what's going on than descriptions...
On Tue, Jun 19, 2012 at 5:08 AM, Alok Bhandari
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I need to know that if I use ClassicTokenizer instead of StandardTokenizer
> then what things I will loose. Is it the case that in future solr versions
> ClassicTokenizer will be deprecated? or development in ClassicTokenizer is
> going to halt? Please let me know this.
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