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From Otis Gospodnetic <>
Subject Re: Html documents parsing
Date Tue, 20 Nov 2001 00:33:25 GMT
This is a question similar to the Meta-Tags question posted to the list
earlier today (or was it yesterday?).  Lucene distribution includes a
few simple applications that demonstrate what Lucene is capable of and
how it can be used.  But those demos are not relaly a part of Lucene
It is up to you to write the application around Lucene, which in your
case would include HTML parsing.

Perhaps JTidy ( could come handy here...


--- Emmanuel Bridonneau <> wrote:
> I am confused about how Lucene performs the parsing of an Html
> document. It
> doesn't do any tag striping (or does it?) consequently does that mean
> it
> also indexes all html tags? If so then a request for searching "body"
> will
> return any and all html documents previously indexed.
> I'd appreciate anyone would could shed some light on the FAQ.10 about
> indexing?
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