Stephan Diehl wrote:
> On Saturday 17 August 2002 15:55, you wrote:
>>Stephan Diehl wrote:
>>>for a procject I'm doing with webware at the moment, I have to search an
>>Part depends on your search needs.
>>You can try Swish++ at
>>which supports incremental updates.
> I had a quick look at it but they warn to use it with another language like
You mean, "forget about international support"?
Yes, there are several issues to deal with,
1) incremental indexing
4) case-insensitive searching
5) Python support
The guys at Mnogosearch were interested
in adding XML capabilities, but I imagine
as they looked at it they realized how
difficult the issue is. So if I didn't
need XML, I'd probably use Mnogo, but
where I do, so I use eXist and then
use MySQL for simple stuff.
>>though no Python interface to it
>>(there's a Perl interface if you want
>>to rewrite it - only about 600 lines
>>of Perl, so my guess is 400 lines of
> This sounds quite interesting. They seem to have just the features I need.
> (Why do my google searches never show me the more interesting sites? :-)
> thanks a lot
I find Google somewhat Googlized - the weights of
hits are never quite right. I'm not sure who does
better, but Google has "issues".
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