mnoGoSearch (formerly known as UdmSearch) is a full-featured Web search engine. You can use mnoGoSearch to build search engines over HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, and NTTP servers, local files, and database big text fields.
It supports Oracle, MS SQL Server, MySQL, PostgreSQL, InterBase/Firebird, Openlink Virtuoso, Intersystems Cach�, iODBC, EasySoft ODBC, and unixODBC database backends. It has XML, HTML, and TEXT built-in support, and external converters support for other document types.
An automatic language/charset guesser for more 70 language/charset combinations is included, along with basic authorization support, and you may index password-protected intranet HTTP servers with proxy authorization support.
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· DOCX and RTF built-in parsers were added.
It's now possible to use the $(ConfDir), $(ShareDir), $(VarDir), $(TmpDir) template variables in search.htm, e.g.:
· Include $(ConfDir)/common.inc
· DBAddr sqlite3:///$(VarDir)/mnogosearch.sqlite3/
· Previously these variables were understood only in indexer.conf.
· A minor fix in installation layout was made: the --docdir parameter to configure is now respected, and the HTML documentation is now installed to PREFIX/share/doc/mnogosearch/ by default. Previously --docdir was ignored, and the documentation was installed to PREFIX/doc/.
· Files to build rpm and deb binary packages were added.
· A few minor problems discovered by the code static analysis tools were fixed.
· Unassigned euc-jp characters were converted to U+0000 instead of the question mark when converting to other character sets.
· Context snippets did not work well if the CachedCopy section name was written the in lower case in indexer.conf.
· Fixed that static linking against MySQL-5.5 client library failed because of the missing -ldl linker flag.
· Fixed a crash in search.cgi when compiled in extra debug mode with --enable-trace on a 64-bit machine.
· Fixed that indexer failed with the error "Integer does not fit into column" on 64-bit machines when running with the OpenLink Virtuoso backend.