PersonalSearchProxy 0.02

PersonalSearchProxy is a program that caches the Web pages you browse and allows you to quickly search through your history.
PersonalSearchProxy is a program that caches the Web pages you browse and allows you to quickly search through your viewing history and view pages as you saw them then.

PersonalSearchProxy project is like a combination between the Internet Archive and a search engine, but only for the pages you've seen. Implemented as an HTTP proxy, it is compatible with all Web browsers.

Requirements:

Perl 5.6.0
MySQL, 3.23.23 (?) or greater
HTTP::Proxy

Installation:

Edit PersonalSearchProxy.pl in your favourite text editor, and edit the database settings between "CONFIGURATION VARIABLES START HERE" and "CONFIGURATION VARIABLES STOP HERE".
Make sure MySQL is running, that your database exists and that the script will be able to access the server.
Run ./PersonalSearchProxy.pl -i to create the database tables.
Run ./PersonalSearchProxy.pl to start the proxy.
Point your web browser to use proxy localhost, port 1980
Start browsing
To search your history, access the special address http://personal_search/

What's New in This Release:

This release drops indexes on the cache table to speed up inserts.
It adds a quick-search archive table.
The cleanup script has been merged into the main program.
An upgrade option (-u) has been added.
This release has a better distribution layout.
YAML is used for the configuration file.

last updated on:
April 7th, 2007, 17:35 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Luke Ross
homepage:
lukeross.name
license type:
Perl Artistic License 
category:
ROOT \ Internet \ HTTP (WWW)

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