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From Artem Vasiliev <art...@gmail.com>
Subject Re[2]: another lucene-based application
Date Sat, 18 Mar 2006 06:57:49 GMT
Hello Xia,

XD> what's the difference from dotLucene?

Why dotLucene? dotLucene is the .Net port of Lucene, so your question
is pretty much the same as 'what's the difference from Lucene?'
dotLucene as Lucene itself is not a search application, it's a
library, so that's the difference :).

Some of the differences from other free LAN search applications I saw:
- information about deleted files is indexed
- RSS subscription to search results (so you can track files in a
  subdirectories of a given directory for instance optionally
  filtering them by some words)
- it uses Lucene and written in Java, so it's portable, has clean
  and powerfull query syntax and good performance characteristics.

XD> I'm writing an open source file searcher application 'sharehound'
XD> (http://sharehound.sourceforge.net/) based on Lucene. It can now
XD> search SMB file shares in LANs by their pathes and names. It tracks
XD> changes in directories so it even knows about deleted files. The
XD> application is in alpha now but it's working, it has Web UI and RSS
XD> subscription for query results (added today :), so I'll be glad if
XD> it help somebody here.

-- 
Best regards,
 Artem                            mailto:artvas@gmail.com


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