Glimpse is a very powerful indexing and querying system that allows you to search through all your files very quickly. It can be used by individuals for their personal file systems as well as by organizations for large data collections. Glimpse is the default search engine in Harvest.
Release Notes: Several compile-time fixes were made for modern compilers. A make check target was added. Binaries are now available for 19 different Unix flavors including Darwin, FreeBSD, IRIX, NetBSD, OSF1, OpenBSD, SunOS, and several Linux versions.
Release Notes: Some major bugs that could have caused missing hits and crashes in certain situations were fixed. An autoconf-generated configure script is now used, which should fix some compilation problems encountered on FreeBSD.
Release Notes: This release has been reported to compile and run on Windows using the latest Cygwin compiler.
Release Notes: A fix for using filters with structured indexes, changes to Makefile.linux (fixes compile errors generated with Redhat 6.0), and a fix for core dumps the happened on merge.