Combine is an open system for crawling Internet resources. It can be used both as a general and focused crawler. If you want to download Web-pages pertaining to a particular topic (like 'Carnivorous Plants') Then Combine is the system for you!
This project is abandoned. Download these files at your own risk. For the latest version please visit http://decafbad.net/projects/piddlepodder/ This application is a podcatching client written in Perl. It is based off of the simplicity of bashpodder with a few added features. It downloads podcasts from a list of XML feeds, and puts them into a download directory by date.
Kriterion is a document retrieval and categorization engine capable of full text searching. There is no need for keyword or context-based information.
Development and support of OCFA have been discontinued. the code has moved to these github repositories: https://github.com/DNPA/OcfaLib https://github.com/DNPA/OcfaArch https://github.com/DNPA/OcfaJavaLib https://github.com/DNPA/OcfaModules https://github.com/DNPA/OcfaDoc If you are interested in contributing to ongoing work on the creation of a community maintained OCFA inspired computer forensic framework, please join the Mattock/MattockFS community page on G+: https://plus.google.com/communities/102487198908055860744
WWW-Portal zur gleichzeitigen Suche in verschiedenen Datenquellen, insbesondere Bibliothekskatalogen
RPM search engine and download site - www.rpmwiki.com
Xapian is a Search Engine Library, written in C++ with bindings for Perl, Python, PHP, Java, Tcl, C# and Ruby. Xapian allows you to easily add advanced indexing and search facilities to your applications. See www.xapian.org for more information.
Command line duplicate file finder for Linux machines, which finds the duplicate files by its content, name & directories by its name. Easy usage and efficient too.
grep a subset of files
greps is a script written in perl which wraps the regular installed grep with new options that can make the search faster and return more relevant results (or less non-relevant results). The usage of greps is same as you would use grep, and all options that are available with grep can be used in the same way also with greps. Basically what greps does is allowing you to choose also the patterns or extentions of relevant files. Then it executes find for finding such files, and executes grep on those files (find | xargs grep).
The "Lib45" string search library provides routines that generate fast string searching code at run-time. The library is written in Assembly language for Intel 32bit CPUs.