Release Notes: A fix for a bug that prevented PDF and MS-Word indexing from working in Windows.
Release Notes: Support for external filters like antiword has been added, indexing via the Web form has been improved, the date of the last index update can now be shown on the result page, and some small bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds highlighting of search terms in matching page, include/exclude files at search time, and indexing speed improvements of 20-50%. Several bugs have been fixed, and other features have been added.
Release Notes: You can now index dynamically-generated pages. PDF pages can be indexed using an external pdf2ascii tool. It's possible to start the indexer.pl via a Web form now. The result page can show the context of the found term. Ranking can be in percentages. Queries can be logged. Several other bugfixes and improvements have been made.
Release Notes: If the user is looking for more than one term, AND is now the default. Pages can be indexed via HTTP (necessary for dynamic pages). A great speedup has been made for people with many (>1000) documents. Many other new options and bugfixes have been added.
Release Notes: A security fix to avoid cross-site scripting attacks.
Release Notes: This version features better ranking (as title, meta and headlines tags now have a higher "weight"), image's ALT tags are searched, umlauts are handled, accented characters now act correctly, mod_perl support , better i18n support, and now installs and works better under Windows NT.
Release Notes: Optimizations for both the search and the indexer resulting in up to 100% faster operation for each of them. A variety of bug fixes.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release. If you were having problems with DB_File or you were getting no results after succesfully indexing your web site then try upgrading to this version of Perlfect Search.
Release Notes: This version fixes a couple of typographical bugs with Fcntl constants and also includes a few optimizations which should make the indexing process faster.