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       lucli - command line interface to the Lucene full-text indexing library




       lucli  is  a  program  that  allows  you  to  work directly with Lucene
       indexes.  Once inside lucli you can use the following commands:

       count  Return the number of hits for a search. Example: count foo

              Explanation that  describes  how  the  document  scored  against
              query. Example: explain foo

       help   Display help about commands

       index  Choose a different lucene index. Example index my_index

       info   Display info about the current Lucene index. Example: info

              Optimize the current index

       quit   Quit/exit the program

       search Search the current index. Example: search foo

       terms  Show  the  first 100 terms in this index. Supply a field name to
              only show terms in a specific field. Example: terms

       tokens Does a search and shows the top 10  tokens  for  each  document.
              Verbose! Example: tokens foo


       lucli  was  written  as  a  part of Lucene, the Java full-text indexing
       library.  See for more information.

       This   manual   page   was   written    by    Jan-Pascal    van    Best
       <>,  for  the  Debian  project (but may be used by

                               September 4, 2007                      LUCLI(1)