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Lucene.Net - Lucene port in CSharp

  •    CSharp

ucene.Net is a port of the Lucene search engine library, written in C# and targeted at .NET runtime users. The Lucene search library is based on an inverted index.

PyLucene - Python extension for accessing Java Lucene

  •    Python

PyLucene is a Python extension for accessing Java Lucene. Its goal is to allow you to use Lucene's text indexing and searching capabilities from Python. It is API compatible with the latest version of Java Lucene, PyLucene is not a Lucene port but a Python wrapper around Java Lucene. PyLucene embeds a Java VM with Lucene into a Python process.

Ferret - The extensible information retrieval library for ruby.

  •    Ruby

Ferret is an information retrieval library in the same vein as Apache Lucene. Originally it was a full port of Lucene but it now uses it's own file format and indexing algorithm although it is still very similar in many ways to Lucene. Everything you can do in Lucene you should be able to do in Ferret.

Rosetta Engine

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Rosetta is a full text engine entirely written in C++ with dotnet binding. It will provide same functionnaly than lucene with more flexibility, speed and scale up.




docker-couchdb-lucene - Dockerized Full Text Search for CouchDB

  •    Shell

Run CouchDB Lucene in a docker container. Both your CouchDB container and the CouchDB Lucene container need to be able to connect to eachother. This can be done through docker networking. Feel free to take a look at the setup in the example directory.

everywhere - :wrench: A tool can really search everywhere for you.

  •    Java

The name is inspired by everything, an awesome tool to search files in your PC. But the limitation is it can only search for filename. Recently, I am developing a tool to scan the documents in PC to search for some specific kind of data. A idea hits me that if I can develop a tool where I can search the content of files. It is the creation of this tool. There are some config options in config.yaml. It can be used to config some environment for the application. For example, you can config excludeFilePathList, and fileList. However, the fileList only includes doc, docx, xls, xslx, txt,pdf.