Hibernate Search 3.1 beta2 is out with a significant focus on performance improvements, scalability and API clean up.
Just came back from Nürnberg where I was invited to present Hibernate Search at the Herbstcampus conference. It was the first year for this conference with the hope of making it an established yearly event. Given that already in the first year over 200 people showed up Herbstcampus might be on the right track.
I have written an article / tutorial over on Thinking in Seam regarding using Hibernate Search with JBoss Seam. You can read the article by following this link. Comments are, as ever, appreciated.
It has been a long time since an Hibernate Search release but we have not been lazy. We are pleased to announce 3.1.0 Beta1 with tons of new features and enhancements. This release uses Lucene 2.3.x and works with Hibernate Core 3.3, Hibernate Annotations 3.4 and Hibernate EntityManager 3.4. Here is a list of some of the major new features and enhancements:
It's been quite some time since the latest release of Hibernate Search, but since the code base has been fairly stable and bug free, we have been holding it until now. But there are some interesting features that could not wait anymore:
Max and I will be at JavaPolis next week. I don't know what Max is doing there but I will talk about Hibernate Search and JSR-303 Bean Validation, both talks on Thursday the 13th. Speaking of JSR-303, I have done a quick interview with Mark Newton on the topic: in a nutshell, it's shaping well and we hope to have a draft out in a month or so for you to review :)
The Hibernate Search team is pleased to announce version 3.0 final. Hibernate Search provides full text search (google-like) capabilities to Hibernate domain model objects. Based on Apache Lucene, Hibernate Search focuses on ease of use and ease of configuration, lowering the barrier to entry of Lucene and its integration with a domain model.
Hibernate Search 3.0.0.CR1 is now out. This release is mainly the last bits of new features and polishing before the final version. The next cycle will be dedicated to bug fixes (of any bug that pops up), as well as test suite and documentation improvements.