Version 3.3.12 of mnoGoSearch

Release Notes: SQL injection with PostgreSQL has been fixed. Lexicographical and numeric range searching has been added. A few bugs have been fixed, and a few minor improvements have been made.

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  •  02 Apr 2013 21:41

    Release Notes: DOCX and RTF built-in parsers were added. It's now possible to use the $(ConfDir), $(ShareDir), $(VarDir), and $(TmpDir) template variables in search.htm. Installation directory layout improvements were made. A number of minor bugfixes were made.

    •  01 Mar 2013 03:05

      Release Notes: Support for email messages (*.eml files) has been added, including multi-part messages and messages with attachments, which makes it possible to index mail archives with mnoGoSearch. Two security bugs have been fixed. All users are advised to upgrade. A number of other bugs have been fixed, and a few minor improvements have been made.

      Release Notes: SQL injection with PostgreSQL has been fixed. Lexicographical and numeric range searching has been added. A few bugs have been fixed, and a few minor improvements have been made.

      •  27 Jan 2011 22:06

      Release Notes: A significant performance improvement for indexer startup with configuration files having hundreds or thousands of Server commands was made. GNU-style long options support was added. A new configure flag --enable-fhs-layout was added to build and install a better Filesystem Hierarchy Standard compliant layout. Configure improvements for 64-bit platforms were made. A few bugs were fixed. Some other minor feature improvements were made.

      •  23 Nov 2010 16:56

      Release Notes: The sitemap protocol is now supported to fetch the list of URLs to crawl on a Web site. MonetDB and Virtioso are now supported as back-ends. Performance improvements for MySQL and Microsoft SQL Server were made. A few bugs were fixed and a few other improvements were made.

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