Release Notes: This release contains bugfixes in mifluzsearch restricted queries (-l and -h), more regression tests, a manual page for mifluzsearch, and minor distribution fixes. It has been ynchronized with unac-1.5.0, and uses AM_ICONV macro to prevent compilation warnings.
Release Notes: Implementation of a result cache for mifluzsearch, a fix for a mifluzsearch bug that prevented searching indexes where the document did not start immediately after the word, a fix for a mifluzsearch bug that ignored mandatory words that do not exist in the index, synchronization with unac 1.4.0, and removal of obsolete benchmark results.
Release Notes: A fix for an accent-handling bug, a new wordlist_locale attribute, better mifluzsearch error handling, improve d search traces readability, fixes for various compilation bugs and warnings, and mifluzsearch produces better XML output.
Release Notes: Full documentation is now available for the WordType class. The mifluzsearch application/cgi-bin was added. A cache estimation bug that inhibited the cache_max parameter was fixed. An important entry deletion bug was fixed. Minor documentation enhancements were made. Minor fixes were made for FreeBSD-4.1 and Redhat-7.0 ports. RPM package generation scripts were added.
Release Notes: Integration into the GNU project, complete re-architecture of the inverted index structure, major performance enhancements, and more.
Release Notes: Completion of search algorithms, performance improvements, and better portability. The library can be used as a shared module in Perl and PHP3.
Release Notes: Important changes in distribution architecture, index sharing between processes, documentation, benchmarks, regression tests, and bugfixes.
Release Notes: Sample search function with relevance ranking. Cleaner distribution. Important bug fixes. Improved iteration methods.
Release Notes: Several bug fixes, speedups, and code cleanups. You can now monitor what's going on inside the indexing.
Release Notes: A new compression algorithm implementation, that reduces the index size by a factor of 8 compared to an uncompressed index.