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A Sample Lucene App for iOS

This is the iOS version of lucenestudy. It depends on the mobile branch of that project, which in turn comes with prebuilt JARs of Mobile Lucene, an experimental port of Lucene to Objective-C.

To build the app, first make sure you have the submodules checked out:

git submodule update --init --recursive

Next, you need to download j2objc and place the unzipped files to vendor/j2objc. The script setup-j2objc.sh can do that for you:

./setup-j2objc.sh

Then, use the Xcode project to build the app target.

For more information about the app and its data source, please visit the lucenestudy project.

The app is also available on the App Store.

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