[Blacklight-development] new blacklight
rochkind at jhu.edu
Thu May 1 11:11:15 EDT 2008
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Thanks Bess! No wonder I couldn't find it in:
Which is what I was checking out before! It's not under trunk?
Okeydokey then. (I AM checking out the right thing for blacklight
Going through the existing README instructions, I have also discovered
that you need to (at least) copy the good solr.yml file over BEFORE you
can run the migration--probably something in your environment looks at
solr.yml. So I'll re-order that. (And see what else I need to do to
actually get it running, not quite there yet. :) ). I'll also add a
note about the importer.
If I follow the directions in the current BLACKLIGHT_UVA_LIB file, I'll
get a working blacklight installation with no data in it, I guess? I'll
find out soon enough!
My rubyforge id is jrochkind. I know how to deal with rubyforge svn. Be
happy to fix up the documentation and such. Obviously won't touch any
code without permission.
Bess Sadler wrote:
> Hi, Jonathan.
> The importer is at
> The getting started document is
> If you'd like to re-write the readme I would be very happy to give you
> commit rights to let you do so. What's your rubyforge id? You'll need
> to check the code out with svn+ssh in order to be able to commit.
> Please let us know how testing the indexer works.
> On May 1, 2008, at 10:44 AM, Jonathan Rochkind wrote:
>> Okay, I'm _finally_ getting to this. Can you give me a hint as to WHERE
>> to find the java-based indexer and more importantly the Getting Started
>> document in the svn checkout? :)
>> But I'll root around and maybe find it my own before you answer me, but
>> a tip would be nice.
>> Once I figure it out, maybe I'll add it as a step to the
>> "BLACKLIGHT_UVA_LIB" lib document? (And incidentally, why not make this
>> the README, instead of leaving the README stock unhelpful rails, and
>> putting the real readme in a mysterious location? :) ). I forget if I
>> have commit rights to your svn or not.
>> Robert Haschart wrote:
>>> Regarding using the new java-based indexer. I have updated the code
>>> stored in SVN at Rubyforge and added a Getting started document to walk
>>> you through getting started. I also included a set of sample records,
>>> that you can use to see how the process works.
>>> If you do a svn update you should see the new source code, the
>>> records, and the documentation about the program.
>>> Blacklight-development mailing list
>>> Blacklight-development at rubyforge.org
>> Jonathan Rochkind
>> Digital Services Software Engineer
>> The Sheridan Libraries
>> Johns Hopkins University
>> rochkind (at) jhu.edu
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> Elizabeth (Bess) Sadler
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