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Question on HPPC release

Tom Pines
Hello,

Thank you for releasing HPPC as a separate Apache licensed product.

The hppc-0.1-dev.jar used by Carrot2's trunk code has a flatter package structure than does the newly release hppc-0.1.0.jar. Is hppc-0.1.0.jar the most recent version and (if so) will the carrot2 trunk code be getting modified to use the newer API ?

Thanks,
Tom
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Re: Question on HPPC release

Stanislaw Osinski
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Thank you for releasing HPPC as a separate Apache licensed product.

You're welcome! HPPC is still in an incubation stage, so feedback is welcome too!

The hppc-0.1-dev.jar used by Carrot2's trunk code has a flatter package
structure than does the newly release hppc-0.1.0.jar. Is hppc-0.1.0.jar the
most recent version and (if so) will the carrot2 trunk code be getting
modified to use the newer API ?

Yes, hppc-0.1.0.jar (downloaded from http://labs.carrotsearch.com/) is the newest version, I've just filed an issue for us to upgrade HPPC to that stable version for Carrot2 3.2.1.

Thanks for pointing this out!

S.


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Re: Question on HPPC release

Dawid Weiss-2
> You're welcome! HPPC is still in an incubation stage, so feedback is welcome
> too!

Meaning we have a few ideas for further development and we will be
trying them out (with performance aspects in mind), so the API may
change several times and is really experimental for now -- keep this
in mind if you want to rely on it in your own projects, Tom.

Dawid

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