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An open source full-text search engine and crawler based on best open source technologies: lucene, zkoss, tomcat, poi, pdfbox. Multilingual lemmatization, spellcheck, stop words, synonyms, facet, filters, web crawler, database crawler, local and remote file system crawler, documents indexation ... [More]
If you are using Djapian please tell us about your project in reply to this post Use this package to allow full-text search in your Django project. Versions compatibility matrix: Djapian Django Xapian and python bindings = 22.214.171.124.7 Notice: there is an old issue with Xapian (< ... [More]
Gisgraphy is a free and open source framework. Its goal is to provide tools to use free GIS Data on the Web. Actually it manage Geonames and OpenStreetMap (34 million entries). it provides an importer to inject the data into a strongly typed Postgres / Postgis database and use them via webservices : ... [More]
Данная система полнотекстового поиска основана на открытых библиотеках (POI, PDFBox и т.д.) и является плодом творения хобби создателя данного программного компекса. ... [More]
php_solr is a lightweight php client library for the Lucene-based enterprise search server Apache Solr.
Marjory is a webservice for indexing and searching for documents, utilizing a full-text search engine. It is somewhat similar to Solr, but is written in PHP and the underlying architecture allows for using search engines other than Lucene (no other adaptor is implemented yet, though). Marjory is ... [More]
This project aims to provide a series of utilities for indexing Subversion repositories for the purpose of providing full-text searching.
I am curious about Google's new code hosting service and using this project to explore it. Includes an engine for crawling a subversion repository and full-text indexing the content with Lucene, along with a sample web application for searching the index. Could be a great deal better. I have ... [More]
uffts (ultra-fast fulltext search) will first index all text files (and eventually doc, opendocument, etc.), and allow you to perform near-instant searches within all of them. A special tree designed around ascii text, which results in compression for large amounts of data, should make it possible ... [More]
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