The NeatSeeker project provides a simple, all-Java indexing and searching framework with an out-of the box HTML indexer and a fast search application servlet for small to medium websites. NeatSeeker does not require a database backend, as it uses serialized Java objects for storing the indices.
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Release Notes: This release fixes the incorrect handling of boolean search terms.
Release Notes: A fix for the file-naming bug on Microsoft platforms, and removal of extraneous debugging information. This is the first stable release.
Release Notes: Addition of stopword filtering to searching and a fix for the associated bug, search interface gives feedback to the user concerning ignored stopwords and malformed queries, and HTML indexing handles more special characters such as parentheses, etc.
Release Notes: This is the first beta, and a feature freeze is now in effect. It adds bugfixes, WAR support in build.xml, and step-by-step instructions for adding a search engine to your Web site.
Release Notes: A new capability to plug in different types of search result weighting methods, two example implementations (a hit count based weighter and a TF*IDF based weighter), new ones can easily be added through the Weighter interface and the associated Factory, and a HOWTO document in the documentation for developing new indexers.