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Strigi

   0.6.4  

KDE Improvement

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Strigi
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Link:  Link
Downloads:  6275
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
(Strigi core package)
(kde3 gui for Strigi)
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 can't find clucene

 
 by liquidat on: Jul 16 2006
 
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If I run cmake, it cannot find my clucene, which is definitely installed. I'm not so familiar with CMake, do you have any suggestion where I can check what went wrong?

The output is just:
-- Found BZip2: /usr/lib/libbz2.so
-- Found Sha: /usr/lib/libcrypto.so
-- Found CLucene library: /usr/lib/libclucene.so
-- Found CLucene include dir: /usr/local
-- Found CLucene library dir: /usr/lib
Could not find CLucene. Please download CLucene from http://clucene.sf.net
-- Configuring done


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 Re: can't find clucene

 
 by yoho on: Aug 10 2006
 
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Had the same problem. Do what is written : install the latest CLucene from sources and it will work just fine (remove your CLucene package if any).


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 very poor name...

 
 by collinm on: Jul 22 2006
 
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what not an application name with a k like any kde standard application


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 Re: very poor name...

 
 by franzf on: Jul 23 2006
 
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It's not a "only kde app", it offers an independent daemon, and you get a QT4-Gui.
The KDE-Part is the strigiapplet, which offers a kicker-applet and some nice kio-slaves :)

I got both compiled, runs REALLY fine. Just try it and dont criticise the name, thats much poorer.
Its nice he offers a GUI-independent daemon.


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 Re: very poor name...

 
 by liquidat on: Jul 23 2006
 
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You probably missed that all new applications changed this behaviour: Tenor, Phonon, Plasma, Solid, ...

Additionally some very often used applications changed their official names also to a no-K name:
amaroK -> Amarok
oKular -> Okular
...

So strigi is according to these new "rules" - also I have to admit that the name does not sound very nice in my ears (I'm not a native english, that's probably the reason).


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 Re: Re: very poor name...

 
 by leinir on: Aug 8 2006
 
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leinirleinir
KDE/Amarok, KDE/Gluon
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That is not entirely true - Tenor, Solid, Plasma and Phonon are backend technologies, to be used by developers for fancy things. That they're good marketing names has to do with how Apple does things, i suspect: Aqua(Extreme), Core(Audio/Image) and so on are all marketing-friendly names, and that's not a bad thing.

The names, however, are moving over to a more interesting take on the K word - not doing the silly thing of taking random word and sticking a K into it somewhere obnoxious. Like you said yourself, Okular and Amarok are two applications that've gone away from the capitalisation thing, but Krita is still a k-word, it is just a proper k-word, meaning drawing chalk in Swedish. Kopete is the same, and has been that way for a long time.

This said, i think some things would do well to keep their KSomething names - like the large collections of applications, KWebDev and KOffice come to mind. Maybe of course KWebDev needs a bit of work, but since it's a collection of applications, it makes sense (to me) to have them chained together like that.

All of the above is because of how the K is a large part of KDE's corporate identity - we need the K to identify outselves! As a last random mind-blurp type note - how is this any different than all the WinSomethings and iSomethings floating around?


..Dan // Leinir
http://www.leinir.dk/

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 Re: Re: Re: very poor name...

 
 by yoho on: Aug 10 2006
 
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I think you're right. Let me give you just a few other examples : Kerry (close to "query") and for the backends : Akonadi.

If you're looking for another name, maybe open a contest ! :) I've thought a bit and what do you think about "Merkury" ? It's a roman god, he's fast and he's the messenger of all gods (binding them together) ?


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 compilation problems

 
 by deadbabylon on: Sep 8 2006
 
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Hi. I've tried to build strigi on FC5, but the compilation fails near the end.

[ 94%] Built target strigidaemon
Scanning dependencies of target strigihtmlgui
[ 96%] Building CXX object src/htmlgui/CMakeFiles/strigihtmlgui.dir/strigihtmlgui.o
Linking CXX shared library libstrigihtmlgui.so
c++: $(streamindex_LIBS): No such file or directory
make[2]: *** [src/htmlgui/libstrigihtmlgui.so] Error 1
make[1]: *** [src/htmlgui/CMakeFiles/strigihtmlgui.dir/all] Error 2
make: *** [all] Error 2



If I changed to src/streamindexer/ and do a "make" there, the output is a little bit clearer:

[ 88%] Built target streamindexer
Scanning dependencies of target magic
[ 94%] Building CXX object src/streamindexer/throughplugins/CMakeFiles/magic.dir/mimetypethroughanalyzer.o
Linking CXX shared module strigita_magic.so
[ 94%] Built target magic
Scanning dependencies of target xattr
[100%] Building CXX object src/streamindexer/throughplugins/CMakeFiles/xattr.dir/xattrthroughanalyzer.o
/daten/downloads/strigi-0.3.2/src/streamindexer/throughplugins/xattrthroughanalyzer.cpp:53:24: error: attr/xattr.h: No such file or director
y
/daten/downloads/strigi-0.3.2/src/streamindexer/throughplugins/xattrthroughanalyzer.cpp: In member function 'virtual jstreams::InputStream*
XattrAnalyzer::connectInputStream(jstreams::InputStream*)':
/daten/downloads/strigi-0.3.2/src/streamindexer/throughplugins/xattrthroughanalyzer.cpp:59: error: 'errno' was not declared in this scope
/daten/downloads/strigi-0.3.2/src/streamindexer/throughplugins/xattrthroughanalyzer.cpp:61: error: 'ERANGE' was not declared in this scope
/daten/downloads/strigi-0.3.2/src/streamindexer/throughplugins/xattrthroughanalyzer.cpp:65: error: 'llistxattr' was not declared in this sco
pe
/daten/downloads/strigi-0.3.2/src/streamindexer/throughplugins/xattrthroughanalyzer.cpp:66: error: 'ERANGE' was not declared in this scope
/daten/downloads/strigi-0.3.2/src/streamindexer/throughplugins/xattrthroughanalyzer.cpp: In member function 'const char* XattrAnalyzer::retr
ieveAttribute(const char*)':
/daten/downloads/strigi-0.3.2/src/streamindexer/throughplugins/xattrthroughanalyzer.cpp:90: error: 'errno' was not declared in this scope
/daten/downloads/strigi-0.3.2/src/streamindexer/throughplugins/xattrthroughanalyzer.cpp:92: error: 'ERANGE' was not declared in this scope
/daten/downloads/strigi-0.3.2/src/streamindexer/throughplugins/xattrthroughanalyzer.cpp:96: error: 'lgetxattr' was not declared in this scop
e
/daten/downloads/strigi-0.3.2/src/streamindexer/throughplugins/xattrthroughanalyzer.cpp:97: error: 'ERANGE' was not declared in this scope
make[2]: *** [src/streamindexer/throughplugins/CMakeFiles/xattr.dir/xattrthroughanalyzer.o] Error 1
make[1]: *** [src/streamindexer/throughplugins/CMakeFiles/xattr.dir/all] Error 2
make: *** [all] Error 2


Is this "xattr.h" the header from the kernel? Because I use a self-compiled vanilla and the headers should be there:

# find /usr/src/kernels/linux-2.6.17-fedora/ -name xattr.h
/usr/src/kernels/linux-2.6.17-fedora/include/config/ext2/fs/xattr.h
/usr/src/kernels/linux-2.6.17-fedora/include/config/ext3/fs/xattr.h
/usr/src/kernels/linux-2.6.17-fedora/include/config/cifs/xattr.h
/usr/src/kernels/linux-2.6.17-fedora/include/linux/xattr.h


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 Re: compilation problems

 
 by liquidat on: Sep 9 2006
 
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As the output says you are missing the file attr/xattr.h
This is provided by the package libattr-devel on rpm systems. Here in Fedora Core I can fine the file in /usr/include/attr/xattr.h - check if you have it installed, otherwise check where you can get it for your distribution.


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 Re: Re: compilation

 
 by deadbabylon on: Sep 10 2006
 
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Thanks. You were right I missed libattr-devel. streamindexer now compiles fine if I compile it myself. But the error is the same.
If I now changed to src/htmlgui and do a "make" there, the error is:

$ make
[ 42%] Built target streams
[ 54%] Built target searchclient
[ 97%] Built target streamindexer
Linking CXX shared library libstrigihtmlgui.so
c++: $(streamindex_LIBS): No such file or directory
make[2]: *** [src/htmlgui/libstrigihtmlgui.so] Error 1
make[1]: *** [src/htmlgui/CMakeFiles/strigihtmlgui.dir/all] Error 2
make: *** [all] Error 2


It seems, that there is a problem with the variable $streamindex_LIBS. Perhaps I still miss a devel-package.


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 Clucene replacements

 
 by liquidat on: Sep 14 2006
 
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You could have mentioned the now necessary clucene patches. It does not make it easier to build or package strigi for the masses... :(

Is there at least any chance that there will be a new clucene version, including these patches, soon?


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 Re: Clucene replacements

 
 by liquidat on: Sep 14 2006
 
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To answer myself: the patches have already been included in the clucene svn, so the next version will have them.


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 My bookmarks

 
 by stefan99 on: Sep 14 2006
 
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Does it index all the pages I bookmarked with my browser?

This would make it a killer app.
At least for me.

What do you do with interesting things you find on the Internet?
Bookmark them.
How do you retrieve a particular site after some month of bookmarking?
No chance.

Bookmark managers allow tree-like organizing but that's not an adequate solution.

Social bookmarking sites provide tagging.
But that's also a lot of work.

furl.net, spurl.net and sympi.com offer full text search but these are web based services and don't have konqueror integration.

So it's time for the first desktop search engine to offer full text bookmark searching.
Or may be an application on top of the search engine.


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 Fedora Core packages

 
 by liquidat on: Sep 15 2006
 
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Packages for Fedora Core are available here:
http://liquidat.wordpress.com/2006/09/14/strigi-packages-for-fedora-core-5/


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