liblucene-queryparser-perl 1.04-3 source package in Ubuntu


liblucene-queryparser-perl (1.04-3) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Set Maintainer to Debian Perl Group
  * Switch to dpkg-source 3.0 (quilt) format
  * Switch to minimal dh 9 rules
  * Remove inappropriate dependencies on perl-modules
  * Switch to copyright-format 1.0
  * Update Standards-Version (no changes)

 -- Dominic Hargreaves <email address hidden>  Sun, 24 Apr 2016 00:21:20 +0100

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liblucene-queryparser-perl: Turn a Lucene query into a Perl data structure

 This module parses a Lucene query. It deals with fields, types, phrases,
 subqueries, and so on; everything handled by the SimpleQuery class in
 Lucene. The data structure is similar to the one given above, and is
 pretty self-explanatory.
 The other function, deparse_query turns such a data structure back into
 a Lucene query string. This is useful if you've just been mucking about
 with the data.