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       Plucene::TestCase - Handy functions when testing Plucene


               use Test::More tests => 10;
               use Plucene::TestCase;

               new_index {
                       add_document( foo => "bar" );

               re_index {
                       add_document( foo => "baz" );

               with_reader {

               my $hits = search("foo:ba*");


          A directory which is created for the purposes of this test, in which the index will be
          placed. It will normally be cleaned up at the end of the test, unless
          $Plucene::TestCase::DEBUG is set to allow you to peruse the entrails.

          A variable holding the current "Index::Writer" object, if there is one.

          A variable holding the current "Index::Reader" object, if there is one.

          A variable holding the class name of the desired "Analysis::Analyzer" class.

       new_index BLOCK (Analyzer)
          Create a new index, and do the following stuff in the block before closing the index
          writer. $WRITER is set for the duration of the block.

          The optional parameter should be the class name of the analyzer to use; if not
          specified, the value from $ANALYZER, which in turn defaults to
          "Plucene::Analysis::SimpleAnalyzer", will be used.

       re_index BLOCK (Analyzer)
          Same as "new_index", but doesn't create a new index, rather re-uses an old one.

       add_document( field1 => value1, ...)
          Add a new document to the index, with the given fields and values

       with_reader BLOCK
          Opens an index reader in $READER and runs the block.

          Searches for the query given. If any fields are not specified, they will be assumed to
          be the default "text". Returns a "Plucene::Search::Hits" object. The value of $ANALYZER
          will be used to construct an analyzer for the query string.


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