Michael Grech wrote on 03/05/2010 03:47 AM:
> I am doing it for learning purposes so don't worry about security it
> isn't really an issue. My aim is to retrieve all the URL in the
> browser's history that are not Google queries (via Mozilla Places) and
> index them. I Would like to automate this process, that is why i would
> like to be able to use Swish-e from python. At the moment i have
> retrieved the URLs i need now it is just a matter of indexing them (you
> could say i need a crawler along with my indexer but i don't need any
> spidering i just need to index that html page)
If what you are trying to do is *index* things, then the python library
-- or any libswish-e related library binding -- is not going to help
you. The Swish-e 2.x library is for search only.
You can write an indexer in any language and pass it to the swish-e -S
If you want to write a search application to retrieve results from the
index, that's when you'd need bindings to the C library using python or
perl or php or whatever.
Just wanted to be clear in case there was some confusion as to what the
library actually gives you.
Peter Karman . http://peknet.com/ . peter(at)not-real.peknet.com
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Received on Fri Mar 5 09:31:27 2010