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Strigi

   0.6.4  

KDE Improvement

Score 80%
Strigi
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Downloads:  6276
Submitted:  Jun 15 2006
Updated:  Feb 1 2009

Description:

Strigi Desktop Search

Here are the main features of Strigi:
very fast crawling
very small memory footprint
no hammering of the system
pluggable backend, currently clucene and hyperestraier, sqlite3 and xapian are in the works
communication between daemon and search program over an abstract interface with two implementations: DBus and a simple unix socket. Especially the DBus interface makes it very easy to write client applications. There are a few sample scripts in the code using Perl, Python, GTK and Qt. Writing clients is so easy that any Gnome or KDE app could implement this.
Aditionally, there is a simple interface for implementing plugins for extracting information. We'll try to reuse the kat plugins, although native plugins will have a large speed advantage.
Strigi also has calculation of sha1 for every file crawled which allows for fast finding of duplicate files.




Changelog:

0.6.4
- Path fixes to the build system the benefit of windows users (sengels)
- Clean up of class ArchiveReader
- Support for LZMA compressed streams in archives, notably .deb and .rpm
- Remove preceding ./ from file path in tar archives.
- Make parsing ar and deb files easier to abort: useful in e.g. Dolphin
- Better method of removing deleted file from the CLucene
- Do not tokenize the URL in the index to improve polling speed
- Fix the bz2 header check: more bz2 archives are recognized (pino)
- Fix infinite loop on parsing SGI image files
- Fix reading of zip files without central directory.




LicenseLGPL
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(kde3 gui for Strigi)
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 Future in KDE4?

 
 by liquidat on: Jun 15 2006
 
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Nice to see that something is happening again in the filed of desktop search and KDE.
Do you have any plans for KDE 4? Are you involved with the Tenor project?

liquidat


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 Re: Future in KDE4?

 
 by oever on: Jun 15 2006
 
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The core code of Kitten is has no dependencies on KDE libraries. Only the GUI and the pluggable file analyzers (to come) will have these dependencies. This makes it easy to use the same code for two version of KDE.

The KDE3 gui is quite small and a large part of that will be based on a kio_slave that displays HTML. This also makes it easier to support different desktops.


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 Re: Future in KDE4?

 
 by egonw on: Jun 15 2006
 
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It is unclear to me what Tenor is going to do, but like Kat, Strigi is soon supposed to have integration with KDE's kfile plugins, which I'll try to implement this weekend. I'll also try to add xattr support, which will make things possible which Tenor is about (I think):

- user data keywords as metadata
- record of last (KDE) program that openend a file
- other kinds of metadata, such as the chemical InChI

These can easily be stored as xattr, and I think it's easy to index those with Strigi...

Egon


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 Re: Future in KDE4?

 
 by Superstoned on: Jun 16 2006
 
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also, it would be possible for KDE apps to use strigi as an API to add keywords/information to files, which can then be stored in xattr, so it is available to other indexers, too. And applications can ask strigi for info about files, too - it'd be cool if Amarok would use it as backend, and Kalzium, and Digikam... Strigi might grow into (at least it's intended to) the Phonon of search.


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 Re: Re: Future in KD

 
 by egonw on: Jun 17 2006
 
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Yes, let's just start with this XATTR:
user.KDE.keywords="desktop,search,engine"

Or?


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 Re: Re: Re: Future i

 
 by egonw on: Jun 17 2006
 
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Oh, forgot to mention this, but we will need a patch for this that adds a tab to the Properties window (right click in Konqueror -> Properties). (Besides a patch for the strigi library method to set and get the keywords.)


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 error in configure

 
 by jipumarino on: Jun 15 2006
 
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I think there's an error in the configure script. Line 19816 says

if test -e "$flag/lib/CLucene/clucene-config.h"; then

I think it should say

if test -e "$flag/include/CLucene/clucene-config.h"; then


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 Re: error in configu

 
 by jipumarino on: Jun 15 2006
 
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sorry, my mistake, I was using an older version of clucene-core (0.9.10)

You could've added the requirements to the description.


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 Only 10 results

 
 by josep on: Jun 16 2006
 
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First, congratulations this is a great software, it's really very much better than beagle, because it doesn't slowdown the system as beagle do very often.
The only thing that I am curious is that only display 10 results on any query.


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 Re: Only 10 results

 
 by oever on: Jun 16 2006
 
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There are 10 results per page, but no button to go to the next page yet. I will add this in the next release.


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 CLucene 0.9.10

 
 by nucc on: Jun 17 2006
 
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Hi!

There's some problem with CLucene 0.9.10. I've got make error, because...

clucenewriter.cpp( line 126)
reader->deleteDocument( ...

changed in 0.9.10

reader->deleteDoc( ...

i think...

and there's some other bugs, I find the solution...


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 Re: CLucene 0.9.10

 
 by nucc on: Jun 17 2006
 
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cluceneindex_la-cluceneindexwriter.o
cluceneindexwriter.cpp: In member function `void CLuceneIndexWriter::deleteEntry(const std::string&)':
cluceneindexwriter.cpp:126: error: 'class lucene::index::IndexReader' has no member named 'deleteDocument'
make[2]: *** [libcluceneindex_la-cluceneindexwriter.lo] Error 1
make[2]: Leaving directory `/tmp/Download/strigi-0.3.0/src/luceneindexer'
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/tmp/Download/strigi-0.3.0/src'
make: *** [all-recursive] Error 1


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 Re: CLucene 0.9.10

 
 by oever on: Jun 17 2006
 
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You need at least CLucene 0.9.13
Good luck,
Jos


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 Re: Re: CLucene 0.9.

 
 by nucc on: Jun 17 2006
 
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Oh shit...

But it's a bit unstable too...

It haven't compiled beacuse argument errors. I've amd64, if sy has amd64 too, please share the experiences...


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 :(

 
 by nucc on: Jun 18 2006
 
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Okay...

I have another problem.

indexscheduler.cpp: In function `void* indexschedulerstart(void*)':
indexscheduler.cpp:39: error: `IOPRIO_WHO_PROCESS' undeclared (first use this function)
indexscheduler.cpp:39: error: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once for each function it appears in.)
indexscheduler.cpp:39: error: `IOPRIO_CLASS_IDLE' undeclared (first use this function)
indexscheduler.cpp:39: error: `sys_ioprio_set' undeclared (first use this function)

I searched by google, and get kernel results... kernel:Block Layer->Scheduling (every option has yes)
What should I turn on in the kernel? The readme only contains package informations.

System: Amd64/ Gentoo 2006.1


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 Re: :(

 
 by Superstoned on: Jun 29 2006
 
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this might be because vandenoever has been trying to get strigi to use a special scheduling class, SCHED_BATCH. This doesn't work yet, but the code might give you trouble ?!?!? You can ask him this and other stuff at #kat on freenode.


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 Other backends?

 
 by liquidat on: Jun 29 2006
 
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I would like to try to compile strigi without clucence (you mention three other backends), but how do I do this - configure always says it would like to know where clucene is...


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 Re: Other backends?

 
 by oever on: Jun 29 2006
 
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Hi Liquidat,

Currently the other backends are not 100% implemented and therefore you need CLucene. There is now a period of adding features. Once that ends the sqlite backend will get some attention.

Check the wiki for info too:
http://strigi.sf.net/


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 Re: Re: Other backends?

 
 by liquidat on: Jun 29 2006
 
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Ok, thx for the answer.


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