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=encoding utf8

=head1 NAME

Lucy::Docs::Cookbook - Apache Lucy recipes

=head1 DESCRIPTION

The Cookbook provides thematic documentation covering some of Apache Lucy’s
more sophisticated features.  For a step-by-step introduction to Lucy,
see L<Tutorial|Lucy::Docs::Tutorial>.

=head2 Chapters

=over

=item *

L<FastUpdates|Lucy::Docs::Cookbook::FastUpdates> - While index updates are fast on
average, worst-case update performance may be significantly slower. To make
index updates consistently quick, we must manually intervene to control the
process of index segment consolidation.

=item *

L<CustomQuery|Lucy::Docs::Cookbook::CustomQuery> - Explore Lucy’s support for
custom query types by creating a “PrefixQuery” class to handle trailing
wildcards.

=item *

L<CustomQueryParser|Lucy::Docs::Cookbook::CustomQueryParser> - Define your own custom
search query syntax using L<QueryParser|Lucy::Search::QueryParser> and
Parse::RecDescent.

=back

=head2 Materials

Some of the recipes in the Cookbook reference the completed
L<Tutorial|Lucy::Docs::Tutorial> application.  These materials can be
found in the C<sample> directory at the root of the Lucy distribution:

    sample/indexer.pl        # indexing app
    sample/search.cgi        # search app
    sample/us_constitution   # corpus