[hibernate-dev] Move Search to a multi-module build
emmanuel at hibernate.org
Fri Feb 12 09:54:33 EST 2010
Solr is not a good use case. We should have make it mandatory in the first place.
Anyway, we probably need multiple modules in the future but here is the caveat:
- in an ideal world we would split hsearch-core from hsearch-hibernate but people will then be forced to put these two dependencies to get it work in the (currently) 99% solution. That, I don't like very much.
Basically we need somehow the notion of profile:
- hibernate profile
- infinispan profile
- other backend profile etc
These include one or more modules.
On 12 févr. 2010, at 15:46, Sanne Grinovero wrote:
> it's ok for me;
> the best benefit I expect is to split the testssuite and clean that,
> opening the doors to a performance&stress testsuite.
> Also the Solr "optional" dependencies should be actually mandatory if
> you use the analyzerdefs, so this could eventually be moved to a
> separate search module; that helps in dependecy management for users.
> Eventually other optional dependencies could follow - not sure the
> support for JPA won't be easy to split out but at least you would have
> options to do so if you wished.
> Similar story for other dependencies like JGroups backend, soon
> Infinispan DirectoryProvider, etc.. maybe even a contrib are for
> experimental backends and so on.
> I never had issues with the archetype? Eclipse ignores it.
> 2010/2/12 Emmanuel Bernard <emmanuel at hibernate.org>:
>> Is the quickstart archetype really needed?
>> On my side, I always exclude it as it goes in my way.
>> On 12 févr. 2010, at 15:25, Hardy Ferentschik wrote:
>>> For HSEARCH-459 I would like to move Search to a multi-module setup
>>> (similar to Validator).
>>> This way the archetype sources will actually always get compiled and are
>>> less likely to get outdated.
>>> I think we talked before about potential benefits of having a multi-module
>>> build for Search. Any objections
>>> if I go ahead with this?
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