This code has been deprecated. We recommend the following replacements:
- Sunspot now directly supports the
WEBSOLR_URLenvironment variable, obviating the need for a configuration shim.
- websolr-acts_as_solr is the current configuration shim for supporting the
WEBSOLR_URLenvironment variable in
- RSolr is as lightweight a Ruby Solr client as you can find.
If you are using Websolr on Heroku, you should refer to http://docs.heroku.com/websolr for the most up to date instructions.
acts_as_solr or Sunspot to use the value of the
WEBSOLR_URL as the Solr Search server,
provided that it's defined.
After installing the gem, you can include
websolr-rails in your
app by either starting the webapp like:
Or, you can put the following in /environment/production.rb, or an initializer, etc:
# production.rb ENV["WEBSOLR_URL"] = "http://index.websolr.com/solr/<api-key>" # WEBSOLR_URL must already be defined. require "websolr-rails"
This library obeys the definition of "Semantic Versioning" at http://semver.org/. YMMV with its dependencies.
Copyright (c) 2009 Onemorecloud, LLC. See LICENSE for details.