Lucy::Plan::Architecture – Configure major components of an index.
By default, a Lucy index consists of several main parts: lexicon, postings, stored documents, deletions, and highlight data. The readers and writers for that data are spawned by Architecture. Each component operates at the segment level; Architecture’s factory methods are used to build up SegWriter and SegReader.
lucy_Architecture* // incremented lucy_Arch_new(void);
Constructor. Takes no arguments.
lucy_Architecture* lucy_Arch_init( lucy_Architecture *self );
Initialize an Architecture.
void lucy_Arch_Register_Doc_Writer( lucy_Architecture *self, lucy_SegWriter *writer );
Spawn a DataWriter and Register() it with the supplied SegWriter, adding it to the SegWriter’s writer stack.
void lucy_Arch_Register_Doc_Reader( lucy_Architecture *self, lucy_SegReader *reader );
Spawn a DocReader and register it with the supplied SegReader.
bool lucy_Arch_Equals( lucy_Architecture *self, cfish_Obj *other );
Returns true for any Architecture object. Subclasses should override this weak check.
Lucy::Plan::Architecture is a Clownfish::Obj.
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