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From "Ryan Ackley" <sack...@cfl.rr.com>
Subject Re: Zilverline Search Engine version 1.4.0 released
Date Thu, 09 Jun 2005 04:47:19 GMT
Michael,

Cool, looks nice. I downloaded the distribution and I notice that you are 
using several bsd-licensed libraries besides lucene including the 
textmining.org library. I couldn't find any acknowledgement of those 
libraries in your documentation. The Apache 2.0 license lets you just 
include a notice file in your distribution. It could be my fault for not 
looking hard enough.

-Ryan

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Zilverline info" <info@zilverline.org>
To: "Lucene Users List" <lucene-user@jakarta.apache.org>
Sent: Wednesday, June 08, 2005 8:25 PM
Subject: Zilverline Search Engine version 1.4.0 released


> All,
>
> I've just released Zilverline version 1.4.0.
>
> This version indexes in the background, detects
> ISBN numbers, and has (some) IMAP support.
>
> This version is fully webbased, all settings, collections, preferences
> can be set via the web interface.
>
> The source will be made available as well very soon.
>
> Zilverline is protected by a Collaborative Source License. You can read
> more on this type of licensing at http://www.zilverline.org
>
> Zilverline is a fully webbased 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, RTF, Excel, Powerpoint
> and CHM, and can index zip, rar, and many other formats. Both on
> Windows and Linux.
>
> Zilverline supports plugins. You can create your own extractors
> for various file formats. I've provided Extractors for RTF, Text, PDF,
> Word, Excel, Powerpoint 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.
>
>
> Please take look at http://www.zilverline.org, and have a swing at it.
>
> cheers,
>
>   Michael Franken
>
>
>
>
>
>
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