We just published Hibernate Search 6.0.0.Alpha4, the fourth release for the still-in-development 6.0 branch.
This release mainly adds an "exists" predicate,
improves the DSL by allowing to bypass DSL and projection converters or to override analyzers,
restores the Elasticsearch AWS integration,
and upgrades the Lucene backend to Lucene 8.
We just published Hibernate Search 6.0.0.Alpha3, the third release for the still-in-development 6.0 branch.
This release mainly adds support for more field types and predicates,
and brings more consistent and less verbose APIs.
We just published Hibernate Search 6.0.0.Alpha1,
the first release for the next major version of Hibernate Search.
This version is not suitable for production due to its limitations and to the fact APIs are still unstable.
However, it’s a great way to get a feeling of where Hibernate Search is going and give us your feedback.
While we are still working on Hibernate Search 6 to get it ready for an Alpha,
things are relatively quiet on the Search 5 side.
However, we did not forget about it: we just published Hibernate Search version 5.10.3.Final,
the third maintenance release of Hibernate Search 5.10.
This release upgrades Hibernate Search to Hibernate ORM 5.3.3.Final, and adds a few minor improvements.
We just published Hibernate Search version 5.10.2.Final,
the second maintenance release of Hibernate Search 5.10.
This release adds previously missing handling of minimumShouldMatch constraints in boolean junctions.