I've used several of these. I like the interface of mysolr but (as
mentioned) it hasn't been updated in a while.
pysolr is fairly up to date (v3.5 came out in May this year), and is used
in django-haystack for the solr backend.
Haystack itself is great if you want an ORM-like interface for solr and use
On Wed, Aug 31, 2016 at 3:42 PM, Chris Gray <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> I haven't done much of that but you can submit documents via the API and
> have them indexed (and processed by Tika). Once you understand how to do
> that, you might find that you can do everything you want to do.
> An alternative would be reading the source of one of those libraries. In
> the list you referenced, the only mention of inserting documents was for
> sunburnt. I would be inclined to look there first, especially since it
> mentions a pythonic interface to Solr.
> A good, and amusing, cautionary tale about overwritten Python libraries is
> at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o9pEzgHorH0.
> On 2016-08-31 03:28 PM, Eric Lease Morgan wrote:
>> On Aug 31, 2016, at 3:25 PM, Chris Gray <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> Okay, there are SO many Python libraries  for Solr, and I’d like to
>>>> know which one is the most popular (not necessarily the “best”).
>>> What do you want to do with it?
>>> I didn't feel the need to even look for a Python library for my needs.
>>> I use Python to submit searches to the Solr web API and consume the results
>>> as JSON.
>> Good question. I want to add documents to a Solr index, and I want to
>> query the same index. Hmmm… —Eric M.