Or we could put it under analisys/morfologik (as a .uk subpackage) - it's your call.
I like this idea!
If we do that will the stopwords go with the stemmer or should they live under common/ (as they are not morfologik-specific and may be used for other Ukrainian implementations)?
I think we should keep the stop-words in the same location? I think users seeking Ukrainian tokenization should still be able to find them, under analysis/morfologik?
I am also thinking if we could build generic stemmer for Ukrainian based on the affix rules we have in dict_uk project (they are hunspell-like but fully based on regular expressions which makes them way more compact).
That sounds compelling! This would be a "light" stemmer, vs what we are adding for this issue (dictionary based)? We should open a separate issue for that I think...
OK, I'll work on folding your project into Lucene, under analysis/mofologik in a uk sub-package. Thank you for all the hard work here!