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Difference between revisions of "Kiwix-index"

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kiwix-index [--verbose|-v] [--backend|-b=xapian|clucene] ZIM_PATH INDEX_PATH
 
kiwix-index [--verbose|-v] [--backend|-b=xapian|clucene] ZIM_PATH INDEX_PATH
 
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''You may also create the index directly from the Kiwix UI by searching for a sentence not matching any article title.''
 
  
 
== Technical details ==
 
== Technical details ==
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kiwix-index is based on a kiwix::Indexer class coded in C++ and using Xapian or CLucene as backend.
 
kiwix-index is based on a kiwix::Indexer class coded in C++ and using Xapian or CLucene as backend.
  
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== Other ==
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''You may also create the index directly from the Kiwix UI by searching for a sentence not matching any article title.''
  
 
== See also ==
 
== See also ==
 
* [[kiwix-manage]]
 
* [[kiwix-manage]]
 
* [[kiwix-install]]
 
* [[kiwix-install]]

Revision as of 11:01, 9 January 2013

kiwix-index is a console tool which allows to build the fulltext search index corresponding to a ZIM file.

Usage

kiwix-index [--verbose|-v] [--backend|-b=xapian|clucene] ZIM_PATH INDEX_PATH

Technical details

kiwix-index is based on a kiwix::Indexer class coded in C++ and using Xapian or CLucene as backend.

Other

You may also create the index directly from the Kiwix UI by searching for a sentence not matching any article title.

See also