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Perl dependency for SolrSearch

When I installed SolrPlugin using the configure tool, I got a list of additional Perl modules that were required:

It appears that SolrSearch also requires which were not listed.

The documentation and output from configure's install script need to be updated.

-- VickiBrown - 10 Jul 2012

Please try to use SolrPlugin from trunk: see

Above extra packages are dependencies of StringifierContrib and no direct dependencies of SolrPlugin itself.

Moose is already listed now in

-- MichaelDaum - 10 Jul 2012

  1. My level of expertise is not at the "use from trunk" level.
  2. My reason for installibg SolrPLugin is to help a client and there's no way I'm telling a client that they need to use unpublished, unreleased software straight out of SVN.
  3. What is StringifierContrib? I did not install that, so why do I see its errors? Anything that gets installed with a plugin is a dependency of the plugin I installed.
  4. I need to be able to hand this to a client. I cannot tell a client "you need to dig into SVN and that's not really a dependency for this extension; it just prevents this extension from working.

-- VickiBrown - 11 Jul 2012

Try latest version. Issues have been addressed.

-- MichaelDaum - 11 Sep 2015

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Subject Using an extension
Extension SolrPlugin
Status Answered
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Topic revision: r4 - 11 Sep 2015, MichaelDaum
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