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Xapian Fu

A nicer Ruby interface for the Xapian full text indexer,

ruby xapian search indexing

Xapian Fu

A nicer Ruby interface for the Xapian full text indexer,

ruby xapian search indexing

takenote

Please see the KeepNote website for the latest version of this program. AboutTakeNote is a note taking application that works on Windows, Linux, and MacOS X. With TakeNote, you can store your class notes, TODO lists, research notes, journal entries, paper outlines, etc in a simple notebook hierarchy with rich-text formatting, images, and more. Using full-text search, you can retrieve any note for later reference. TakeNote is designed to be cross-platform (implemented in Python and PyGTK) and stores your notes in simple and easy to manipulate file formats (HTML and XML). Archiving and transferring your notes is as easy as zipping or copying a folder. See the official website for more details: http://rasm.ods.org/takenote DownloadFor the latest releases see the download page. DocumentationFor documentation see the online manual. Features Rich-text formatting Bullet point lists Colored font Inline images Hierarchical organization for notes Full-text search Integrated screenshot Integrated backup and restore Spell checking (via gtkspell) Auto-saving Built-in backup and restore (archive to zip files) Cross-platform (Linux, Windows, MacOS X)

python notetaking windows gtk pygtk screenshot hierarchical linux cross-platform outliner html

ryszard's django-fts

Postgres full text search for Django,

magviewer

Magviewer is a management tool magazines. Helps to administer a library of magazines easily: add a magazine (with its articles, illustrations, etc...) in a virtual library search and consult a specific magazine find speedly informations along magazines contents through a full text engine search

webapplication seam jboss jsf jee hibernate administration magazine

magviewer

Magviewer is a management tool magazines. Helps to administer a library of magazines easily: add a magazine (with its articles, illustrations, etc...) in a virtual library search and consult a specific magazine find speedly informations along magazines contents through a full text engine search

webapplication seam jboss jsf jee hibernate administration magazine

magviewer

Magviewer is a management tool magazines. Helps to administer a library of magazines easily: add a magazine (with its articles, illustrations, etc...) in a virtual library search and consult a specific magazine find speedly informations along magazines contents through a full text engine search

webapplication seam jboss jsf jee hibernate administration magazine

magviewer

Magviewer is a management tool magazines. Helps to administer a library of magazines easily: add a magazine (with its articles, illustrations, etc...) in a virtual library search and consult a specific magazine find speedly informations along magazines contents through a full text engine search

webapplication seam jboss jsf jee hibernate administration magazine

magviewer

Magviewer is a management tool magazines. Helps to administer a library of magazines easily: add a magazine (with its articles, illustrations, etc...) in a virtual library search and consult a specific magazine find speedly informations along magazines contents through a full text engine search

webapplication seam jboss jsf jee hibernate administration magazine

magviewer

Magviewer is a management tool magazines. Helps to administer a library of magazines easily: add a magazine (with its articles, illustrations, etc...) in a virtual library search and consult a specific magazine find speedly informations along magazines contents through a full text engine search

webapplication seam jboss jsf jee hibernate administration magazine

magviewer

Magviewer is a management tool magazines. Helps to administer a library of magazines easily: add a magazine (with its articles, illustrations, etc...) in a virtual library search and consult a specific magazine find speedly informations along magazines contents through a full text engine search

webapplication seam jboss jsf jee hibernate administration magazine

textforge

TextForge is a text editor for Mac OS X, written using the Cocoa API. TextForge was built from scratch to provide a reliable, powerful, fast, efficient, and Mac OS X native solution for editing text documents. Some highlights are: Tools like... Advance search and replace capabilities with full regular expression support Integrated perl syntax checker "Run in Terminal" command Customizable "Preview-in-Browser" system Document statistics Control over tabbing Auto-indent Control over line breaks and encodings Spell checker Wrapped and unwrapped view modes Shows line count and position Customizable look (colors, transparency, fonts) Mac OS X native interface utilizing sheets and following the Apple Human Interface Guidelines Version 2.0 was developed by Christian Haberstroh. Version 1.0 was developed by Josh Aas. All TextForge icons created by Mark Degg.

iphonetextreader

This application allows you to read large Text (.txt,.text), eReader/Peanut Press (.pdb), Rich Text Format (.rtf), Palm Doc (.pdb), Mobipocket (.pdb,.prc,.mobi), Plucker (.pdb), HTML (.htm,.html), CHM (.chm), and Fiction Book (.fb2) files quickly and efficiently on the iPhone/Touch. This application doesn't have the fancy formatting of ruBooks or Books.app, but it supports many formats and can quickly load and display large text files that currently cause problems with some UI Text View/Web View based apps. It also gives you some options to reformat/reflow text so that it might be more readable on the iPhone's smaller screen. If you want to load books quickly and read text, this may be the app for you. OS 3.0 - Not WorkingNOTE: textReader uses APIs that have been removed from iPhone OS 3.0 I just ordered a mac Mini and I'll see what I can do to fix things once it arrives. Sorry for the trouble, -Jim 2.1 for OS 2.0This is pretty close to where version 1.1 was for OS 1.1.4 but not quite as pretty. Font Zoom isn't going to happen until the App Store or a better SDK, so I have disabled it. CHM support is currently broken so I have disabled it. To install, copy contents of zip file to /Applications using scp, "Disk Aid" or your favorite file transfer method Remember to set eXecute permissions using ssh or terminal "chmod a+x /Applications/textReader.app/textReader" then "chmod a+x /Applications/textReader.app/unrar" If you have problems with textReader exiting/disappearing, try the following from the command line: "ldid -S /Applications/textReader.app/textReader" Let me know of problems in issues ... Version 1.1 for OS 1.1.4Adds support for CHM, ZIP and RAR files. These files will be expanded into cache directories so you can navigate into them and open the files they contain. Cache directories can also be deleted. Improved formatting for eReader, Mobipocket, RTF, Palm Doc, Plucker, HTML, FB2, PDB, PRC, and Text files. Adds an option to automatically delete cache directories when you leave them Adds an option for "File Scrolling": Swipe leftright to go to the next or previous file in the directory. Better file management including improved file ordering and updating after a delete Added an indicator to differentiate between opened and unopened files Split up the settings page into sub-pages New search options Minor bug fixes Previous Change Logs: http://code.google.com/p/iphonetextreader/wiki/ChangeLog Screen Captures Alternate Icons You can download the icon pack, copy the icon you like to /Applications/textReader.app/icon.png, and then restart your iPhone/Touch to use the new icon. A Cry For HelpSeveral people have asked about a user's manual. I only have a limited amount of time to work on this, so I wind up spending it coding. If someone wants to take a first whack at a manual/instructions/FAQ/whatever I'll be happy to edit it a bit and put it up for others to use. Using textReader:To hide/display the menu bar and slider, tap in the middle of the screen. Select Open on the menu bar to get a list of files. Tap on ".." or folders to navigate the directory tree Select Download File via URL to specify a URL and name for a file to download to /var/mobile/Media/textReader Select "screwdriver/wrench" icon for settings page to set screen color, encoding, fonts, etc. Files are loaded using the specified encoding. If the file is not in the first encoding, the second will be tried, then the third, then the fourth. Note that many encodings overlap so you may need to order the encodings carefully if you have files with multiple encodings. "Show Cover Art" will display a .png or .jpg image with the same name as the file, or cover.png or cover.jpg in the same directory as the file. Smooth Scroll will enable the classic iPhone "sliding scroll" "Align text - Word Justify" will add space between words to make the text align with the left and right margins. "Align text - Character Justify" will add space between characters to make the text align with the left and right margins. Suitable for many Asian languages. "Strip Line Feeds - Single" will remove single carriage return/line feed characters. This can improve the appearance of text that has been formatted for a wider display with hard line breaks. "Strip Line Feeds - Format" tries to be a bit more creative - it will a carriage return/line feed unless it is followed by a '-', a single or double quote, or a tab after a '.', ':', '!', '?', or a single or double quote (ignoring any intervening blanks) Select "lock" icon to toggle automatic screen rotation changes on or off. Use the slider to jump to a specific part of the book. To scroll down a page, tap on the bottom half of the screen. To scroll up a page, tap on the upper half of the screen. To search the currently open text, use the magnifying glass icon Please report any problems in the Issues section. Note: Books.app http://code.google.com/p/iphoneebooks/ and ruBooks http://colel.info/rubooks/ provide a formatted display of text and images. If you are willing to break up your book into smaller chapters they may also be options. Installing:Now on Installer thanks to Big Boss! Open Installer, go to Productivity, and then scroll down to textReader. Or - download the latest version in the Downloads section. Make sure you set the eXecute bits on /Applications/textReader.app/textReader and the /Applications/textReader.app/images directory (if using version 1.0 or later) Adding eBooksThe default directory for textReader is /var/mobile/Media/textReader, but it remembers where the last opened file was so you can navigate to any directory you want. (The directory will be created when you run textReader) I recommend installing OpenSSH on your iPhone and using WinSCP for Windows to install files. Mac users can use Dropcopy, which should work even better. Or, you can always just use scp from a Unix command line ... Note: Version 1.1 and above suppports opening zip files in place. Download eBooks via SafariIf you install the Safari Download Plugin from http://www.iclarified.com/entry/index.php?enid=1136 you can click on Palm Doc .pdb and Mobipocket .prc files and download them directly to your iPhone. They will be downloaded to /var/root/Downloads, so you can navigate to that directory or make a symbolic link to it in /var/mobile/Media/textReader. I recommend the books from http://manybooks.net and http://www.baen.com as a starting point. This should also allow you to download zip files containing supported eBooks as well. Download via URLYou can also use the download page to download a file. Tap in the middle of the screen and select Open Select Download File via URL Enter a URL to download from ex: URL: http://www.gutenberg.org/files/15772/15772-8.txt Enter a name for the Download: ex: Save As: The Prince - Machiavelli Select Download File Now - file will be placed in /var/mobile/Media/textReader See http://manybooks.net/site_news/2008/05/03/new-iphone-app-textreader/ for a way to use Download with Manybooks.net Palm Doc .pdb and .prc SupporttextReader can open most Palm Doc, eReader, Plucker, and Mobipocket unencrypted non-DRM files (i.e. generally purchased files are protected in some way and can not be read). It will display them as plain text - no links, contents, pictures, etc. Plucker books will work, but links will not work so it may be of limited use for Plucker fanatics. It can read the books off of Project Gutenberg just fine and will display all of the book rather than just part of it. Formats like Isilo and Tome Raider will not work. Some of these formats are proprietary or DRM'd which means I won't be able to open them. If you want support for one of the other formats, let me know the details and I'll see what I can do. PDB/PRC File ReduxSome folks are having problems opening .pdb files. PDB/PRC files are kind of like AVI files - a container than can hold things in various formats. If you have a PDB/PRC file and it isn't in Palm Doc, eReader, Plucker, or Mobipocket format there probably isn't much I can do. Formats like iSilo are not public, so textReader can't read them. If you buy an encrypted PDB/PRC file, textReader probably can't read it either ... sorry, but it isn't my fault - blame the company you bought the book from (although they probably didn't have much choice either). Note that some companies like www.baen.com sell unencrypted Mobipocket books that should work fine. Others sell "multi-format" books that include Palm Doc - these should work as well. Let me take this moment to suggest that you use a good old plain text file. It's fast, portable, easy, future-proof, and as long as the encoding is supported it will simply work and everyone will be happier! File EncodingsFile Encoding changes take effect after the file is opened. textReader will try to open the file with each encoding specified on the Settings page in order - if the encodings are not correct you'll get an error and the previous file will remain open. Of course, many encodings overlap so you may also get a page of garbage characters. Certain types of files (HTML, RTF, etc.) get preprocessed in order to display properly. A cache file will be created at the first open for these files so that they can be reopened. Since cache files are Unicode, they will always open properly (assuming they were initially opened properly) even if you change the encoding later on. There is also a "Cache All Files" option that will create a cache file for everything you open - even if no proprocessing was needed. This can help you avoid encoding issues if you use files with many incompatible encodings. Future enhancements:Add way to scroll between files in a directory with swipes (1.1Beta1) Add support for CHM/LIT files (Note: Loading non-DRM Text only) (CHM in 1.1Beta1) Support zip files (i.e. treat like a directory) (1.1Beta1) Make file list use smaller font and/or be multi-line so the full title can be seen. Bookmarks - if interested, add suggestions in the Issues section Hyphenate word breaks (need to figure out better word break rules) Improve download - allow textReader to get a list of files for you to select from Provide better control of line spacing Allow the "default" directory to be set Provide option to change inter-character spacing (this will probably be slow ...) Provide option for custom margin sizes Improve scrolling smoothness, especially up/backwards Improve load speed (especially for HTML, FB2 and Plucker) Add support for Word/Doc and PDF files (Note: Loading the Text only) Add UMD support (may need to wait for OS 2.0) Add support for other formats (request formats in Issues) Improve formatting - possiby retain simple things like bold, underline, and italic chapter/index support (create automatic bookmarks for chapters?) Add visual cue for previously opened books password support Suggest more enhancements in the Issues section ContactYou can email comments, requests, questions, etc. to iphonetextreader at gmail.com. I'll try to get back to you when I can, but I'm a bit busy at work right now. Thanks! Special Thanks! to the followingThe iPhone Dev Team for the toolchain and more! James Yopp for the UIOrientingApplication example Paul J. Lucas for txt2pdbdoc code Jed Wing For the CHM code Paul DuBois dubois@primate.wisc.edu For the RTF code Algernon E Mouse and Kapila De Silva for eReader format help Bill Janssen for Plucker code Will Dietz - http://dtztech.com/ - unrar http://iphonedevdoc.com/index.php - random hints and examples mxweas - UITransitionView example thebends.org - textDrawing example Books.app - written by Zachary Brewster-Geisz (and others) mobileTerminal http://code.google.com/p/mobileterminal/ for gesture code ideas http://garcya.us/ - for application icons Allen Li for help with rotation lock and scrolling pieroxy for help with HTML character entity code cxyut, ?????? ????????, Pericles Pericleous, Wolfgang Kurtz, and pieroxy for Localization help Travis Wang, Pericles Pericleous, Wolfgang Kurtz and Jay Sun for alpha testing Wolfgang Kurtz for the new icon je44 for another icon - http://je44.deviantart.com/art/textReader-iPhone-icon-88727857 xumaozhe (weiphone.com) for yet another icon design Jenry Ma for an additional icon design Pericles Pericleous for additional icon designs Big Boss for handling Installer issues and hosting Hachu, Spyboy, and iClarified - Safari Download PDB/PRC support Sample background images from http://www.escrappers.com/textures.html The fine folks at www.weiphone.com who provided more sample backgrounds Anyone who sent a Thank You letting me know they like it!

palm ebook doc iphone pdb text reader ebooks

android-geocast

Some of you may have noticed a youtube button appearing and disappearing on the site. I tried to enable users to upload videos through geocast directly into their youtube accounts. I failed miserably, that thing just refuses to work. I am gonna abandon youtube for a little and focus on tighter integration with icanhascheezburger. Open ID is finally here. Now you can sign into Geocast using your Gmail/Google account, just click the google icon on the front page and follow the directions. Awesome news everyone! The first semi-functional GWT client is ready!!! IE6 users will be pleased to find their browser is now supported. Everything should look better and work faster then before. Ability to login with your Gmail account and upload videos to your youtube account via geocast are coming soon! The move to GWT has begun! So far login, registration, and shareable upload pages have been updated to us it, the main shareable viewer is up next. Of course you are probably wondering when the Geocast G1 client will be coming out, not any time soon unfortunately, I don't have the time to move the client to the 1.0 version of the android API, or the money to buy the device. The geocast web client now permits registered users to upload their own shareables, go here to register, and an upload link will pop up after you log in. The latest Geocast build provides a semi functional way of uploading shareables - you can create text, url, youtube url or photo shareables and submit them. They become a part of the selected sequence(or no sequence if you have not downloaded and selected one). It is best to reset the dao after uploading shareables. You can go to the geocast test server to view your uploaded shareables Due to summer heat, midwestern flooding, the tomato debacle and general lack of motivation the schedule had to be reworked to be more realistic: Ability to upload shareables for review and publication - July 08 Geocast J2ME client work start - August 08 User driven shareable review feature - September 08 Windows Mobile Geocast client - Off the menu for now Well folks, we didn't win the ADC. That is, of course, a bit of a downer, but the world is gonna have to try a lot harder than that if it wants to get rid of us proper! Here is a tentative schedule of the things to come: Ability to upload shareables for review and publication in Android - June 08 Ability to upload shareables for review and publication on the web - June 08 Geocast J2ME client work start - June 08 User driven shareable review feature in Android - August 08 User driven shareable review feature on the web - August 08 First draft Geocast J2ME client release - October 08 Windows Mobile Geocast client work start - October 08 And so on, and so forth... The latest Geocast build fixes a number of minor issues that were in the version submitted to the ADC, there are also some new features. Improvements: When a filter string is entered on the geocast options tab the first sequence returned from the shareable source will contain the closest shareables who's descriptions match that string Most user settings are now persisted, like the last tab viewed, the selected shareable source, user location, etc.. Ability to download sequences from the map added Ability to search for sequences by name added Users are now able to initiate downloading of new shareables while browsing the map Location changes now immediately show up on the map. Resetting the shareable source no longer resets user's current location to Mountain View Start up time is shorter The "Get Next Sequence" button has been relocated to the top of the ShareableListView. Now it does not scroll off the screen if you download too many sequences. All screen sizes available in the emulator are now supported Geocast enables users to see files posted by others based on location and proximity. All data that goes up on http://android-geocast.com is reviewed. The review system currently consists of Geocast project members looking at any data that goes up on the server. A user driven content rating system will be made available sometime in august 08. Currently you are able to view text,image and url files, video and audio will be added soon(after the April 14th submission though). Read the full readme for more details and whats already there and whats not. Files are retrieved by category(or sequence) to which they belong. You can also type in a filter string in the geocast options tab. Only sequences who's long or short descriptions match the filter will be retrieved. Geocast needs android m5-rc15 in order to function properly. And now for some long overdue screen shots of the submission:

android gwt

jkraemer's acts_as_ferret

Rails full text search plugin,

jkraemer's acts_as_ferret

Rails full text search plugin,

jkraemer's acts_as_ferret

Rails full text search plugin,

jkraemer's acts_as_ferret

Rails full text search plugin,

sjpportal

This mod adds a full portal system ( phpbb3.01 and W3C compliant) to your phpbb board withe the following features : full portal admin (with update warning when a new realease is available) specific portal header can be enabled/disabled ( with logo and images links management) design of portal: - top blocks/ left-center-right blocks / bottom blocks - portal index ( mix of portal blocks and index page of forum) full blocks admin management: - blocks can be enabled/disabled, moved up/down, changed from column - blocks can be edited/cancelled - blocks permissions can be managed: all/registered/moderators/admins - separate inactive blocks management - block adding feature enabled note : block management by use of selection icons without page change portal general features: - columns width management - space between columns management ------------ blocks with no necessary management ( except enable/disable)--------------------- categories (displays categories and sub cat of forum on the portal) clock (you can choose many clocks on sjpphpbb.net) calendar (you can choose many clocks on sjpphpbb.net) horoscope shoutbox statistics radio (french diffusion) jukebox movies (french) tv (french) next vendredi 13 staff theme random member last members search location of members on the board jumpbox php infos connexion infos number of connections fil infos ( rss feed froma site) ---------------------------- blocks general management---------------------------------------- top bots block: diplay number recent topic block: - scrolling: yes/no - number to display - forums to be excluded last members block: - number to display pool block: - topic selection to display pool top posters block: - display number friends list block: - display number birthday block: - number of days for birthdays to come menu block: - add/delete links - page opening : same or new page announces block: - number of announces to display - number of diplay days - number of characters to display - forums to display newsblock: - number of news to display - number of days to display - number of characters to display - forums to display - title of the block to display on the portal attachements block: - number of attachements to display - title of the block to display on the portal mess board block: - title of the block to display on the portal( bbcodes and smilies incorporated) weather block ( french site): - title of the block to display on the portal - background color and text partners block: - links,logo of boards,flags images quotes block: - title of the block to display on the portal - quotes add/delete/edit sow image block - title of the block to display on the portal - images: add/delete/edit link to us block - textarea with full link and logo url scrolling advertisements block: - title of block to display on the portal - add/delete/edit advertisements --------------------------- some blocks are installed together with the portal ----------------------------- geoloc block (free, you have to register on the official site) neocounter block (you have to buy an account on the official site note : you can disble these blocks as you want in the admin ---------------------------some other blocks are available on http://www.sjpphpbb.net/ --------------------- - album block ( for ts gallery mod) - last visit block - favorites block -------------------------------------latest developpements included ----------------------------------------- - custom pages ( available soon, makes possible to create extra phpbb or html specific pages for your board) - multi structure ( makes possible to get new portal pages with management of blocks on these pages) -------------------------------------under developpement ---------------------------------------------------- - custom blocks (5 blocks created and available, block custom is under developpement) --------------------------- some mods are partially installed together with the portal ---------------------- - flags (sjpphpbb mod, installed to display flags on the portal, but archive is given to install it fully on the board)

sjpportal

monk-search

The project is to create a fast and relevant full-text search of http://www.perlmonks.org/ http://www.perlmonks.org/?node_id=620228

perlmonks monks monksearch perl kinosearch