It’s not rocket science, but it adds useful output formats (custom XML or HTML, SVG or any other text-based format) to Solr’s query results, in addition to the existing XML, JSON, Python and Ruby output formats.
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Bertrand Delacrétaz here - my "résumé" will tell you more.
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