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  • Free

Version: 1.5

Released: Aug 08, 2000


Requirements
Unix, Windows NT

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8.31

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David_Kim

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KSearch

Fast and highly configurable search engine and web site indexer. Features include: boolean search, file and directory exclusion, customizable templates, sort results by matches, score, date or file size, highlight query terms in results and much more.

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A bit hazy on the installation instructions. No directory structure supplied and the forum support is only "OK."

Posted by gnomepark on Aug 29, 2001 Reply

This is the best search engine i've seen. Only thing is you have to reindex it now and then after new files are added or removed. I use this script to search within my files that are loaded in a php-layout page and it was quite easy to adjust the script so it would send you through the php-page instead of the found resource.

Posted by GIJoke on Jun 26, 2001 Reply

Outstanding, professional results! Easy to Use and 100% configurable.

Posted by debc on May 10, 2001 Reply

Excellent search engine script. Needed a little customization for it to work on W2K (explained at kscripts.com), but it was worth every bit of trouble! Excellent Job!

Posted by digidev on May 10, 2001 Reply

Posted by Krang on Apr 14, 2001 Reply

Good script. Does not output search results to support SSI.

Posted by weatherdude on Apr 08, 2001 Reply

Excellent script for the price. I had it up and running in just a couple of minutes. Definately try this search engine before purchasing anything.

Posted by thememex on Mar 26, 2001 Reply

If this search engine would do what it says it does, it would be great, but it doesn't. You are not able to do real on-the-fly searches. Even if you choose not to index your pages, you must create a database on the shell. Without telnet account this will not succeed in most cases. If you make any changes to your site structure, you have to rebuild the database again.

Posted by SteenH on Jan 23, 2001 Reply

This script is great. I love the highlight option (like the one used at www.nbci.com, or the google cache option). Great program and very easy to use!

Posted by cbreits23 on Dec 28, 2000 Reply

Posted by otaku on Nov 25, 2000 Reply

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