|o||Extremely fast and scalable - can handle millions of documents|
|o||Incremental indexing (addition/deletion of documents to/from an existing index).|
|o||Full support for 12 Indo-European languages.|
|o||Support for boolean operators AND, OR, and AND NOT; parenthetical groupings, and prepended +plus and -minus|
|o||Algorithmic selection of relevant excerpts and highlighting of search terms within excerpts|
|o||Highly customizable query and indexing APIs|
KinoSearch1 has many, many classes, but you only need to get aquainted with three to start with:
Probably the quickest way to get something up and running is to cut and paste the sample applications out of KinoSearch1::Docs::Tutorial and adapt them for your purposes.
o KinoSearch1::InvIndexer o KinoSearch1::Searcher o KinoSearch1::Analysis::PolyAnalyzer
The actively developed main branch, KinoSearch.
The KinoSearch homepage, where youll find links to the mailing list and so on, is <http://www.rectangular.com/kinosearch>.
The Lucene homepage is <http://lucene.apache.org>.
KinoSearch1::Docs::FileFormat, for an overview of the invindex file format.
Search::Kinosearch 0.02x, no longer supported, is this suites forerunner. Plucene is a pure-Perl port of Lucene 1.3. KinoSearch is a from-scratch project which attempts to draws on the lessons of both. The API is not compatible with either.
KinoSearch is named for Kino, the main character in John Steinbecks novella, The Pearl.
Please direct support questions to the KinoSearch mailing list: subscription information at <http://www.rectangular.com/kinosearch>.
UTF-8 scalars are not indexed properly. This is fixed in KinoSearch 0.3x, but cannot be fixed in KinoSearch1 without breaking index compatibility with KinoSearch 0.165 from which KinoSearch1 was forked.
Indexing crashes reliably on Solaris 2.9 or other systems which are fussy about pointer alignment.
Copyright 2005-2010 Marvin Humphrey
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