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From Zilverline info <i...@zilverline.org>
Subject Zilverline release candidate 1.0-rc4 available
Date Mon, 26 Jul 2004 22:16:15 GMT
All,

I've just released a new candidate (*1.0-rc4*) New features
include Spanish GUI, RTF support, searching on date range,
customizable boosting factors, and configurable analyzers per 
collection. Zilverline now generates a MD5 Hash per file,
and prevents duplicate files from being added more than once.

Zilverline supports plugins. You can create your own extractors
for various file formats. I've provided Extractors for RTF, Text, PDF, 
Word, and HTML.

Zilverline supports collections. A collection is a set of files and 
directories in a directory. A collection can be indexed, and searched. 
The results of the search can be retrieved from local disk or remotely, 
if you run a webserver on your machine. Files inside zip, rar and chm 
files are extracted, indexed and can be cached. The cache can be mapped 
to sit behind your webserver as well.

It's also possible to specify your own handlers for archives. Say you
have a RAR archive, and you have a program on your system that can
extract the content from it, then you can specify that Zilverline should
use this program.

Zilverline is an free search engine based on lucene that's ready to
roll, and can be simply dropped in a Servlet Engine. It runs out of the 
box, and supports PDF, WORD, HTM, TXT, and
CHM, and can  index zip, rar, and many other formats.
Both on Windows and Linux.


Please take look at http://www.zilverline.org, and have a swing at it.

cheers,

   Michael Franken



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