Projects / NeatSeeker


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.


Recent releases

  •  19 Nov 2000 11:52

    Release Notes: This release fixes the incorrect handling of boolean search terms.

    •  07 Nov 2000 18:21

      Release Notes: A fix for the file-naming bug on Microsoft platforms, and removal of extraneous debugging information. This is the first stable release.

      •  22 Oct 2000 18:11

        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.

        •  07 Oct 2000 16:21

          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.

          •  28 Sep 2000 21:15

            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.


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