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Old 10-04-2008, 06:12 AM   #1
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LXer: Adding search to your Web site with Xapian and Omega

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With Xapian and Omega you can quickly build a powerful search interface for your Web site. You'll be able to index your HTML, PDF, and PHP content and search for it by metadata or words contained in the documents. The shared library that implements the actual index is called Xapian. Omega is a set of tools built by the Xapian team to let you use the library for index and search if you are not a software developer. Since Omega uses Xapian, if your distribution's package repository includes Omega, then when you install it you'll install Xapian as a dependency.



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