نديم ابن ﺤﻣﻮﺪﺓ الخمير - Nadim Khemir

NAME

Search::Indexer::Incremental::MD5 - Incrementally index your files

SYNOPSIS

  use File::Find::Rule ;
  
  use Readonly ;
  Readonly my $DEFAUT_MAX_FILE_SIZE_INDEXING_THRESHOLD => 300 << 10 ; # 300KB
  
  my $indexer 
        = Search::Indexer::Incremental::MD5::Indexer->new
                (
                USE_POSITIONS => 1, 
                INDEX_DIRECTORY => 'text_index', 
                get_perl_word_regex_and_stopwords(),
                ) ;
  
  my @files = File::Find::Rule
                ->file()
                ->name( '*.pm', '*.pod' )
                ->size( "<=$DEFAUT_MAX_FILE_SIZE_INDEXING_THRESHOLD" )
                ->not_name(qr[auto | unicore | DateTime/TimeZone | DateTime/Locale])
                ->in('.') ;
  
  indexer->add_files(@files) ;
  indexer->add_files(@more_files) ;
  indexer = undef ;
  
  my $search_string = 'find_me' ;
  my $searcher = 
        eval 
        {
        Search::Indexer::Incremental::MD5::Searcher->new
                (
                USE_POSITIONS => 1, 
                INDEX_DIRECTORY => 'text_index', 
                get_perl_word_regex_and_stopwords(),
                )
        } or croak "No full text index found! $@\n" ;
  
  my $results = $searcher->search($search_string) ;
  
  # sort in decreasing score order
  my @indexes = map { $_->[0] }
                    reverse
                        sort { $a->[1] <=> $b->[1] }
                            map { [$_, $results->[$_]{SCORE}] }
                                0 .. $#$results ;
  
  for (@indexes)
        {
        print {* STDOUT} "$results->[$_]{PATH} [$results->[$_]{SCORE}].\n" ;
        }
        
  $searcher = undef ;
  

DESCRIPTION

This module implements an incremental text indexer and searcher based on Search::Indexer.

DOCUMENTATION

Given a list of files, this module will allow you to create an indexed text database that you can later query for matches. You can also use the siim command line application installed with this module.

SUBROUTINES/METHODS

show_database_information($index_directory)

Arguments

  • $index_directory - location of the index databases

Returns - A hash reference. Keys represent an information field.

Exceptions - Error opening the indexing database

delete_indexing_databases($index_directory)

Removes all the index databases in the passed directory

Arguments

  • $index_directory - location of the index databases

Returns - Nothing

Exceptions - Can't remove index databases.

search_string(\%arguments)

Displays all the files matching the search query.

Arguments

\%arguments -
-
$arguments->{perl_mode} - Boolean - Use Perl specific word regex and stopwords
$arguments->{index_directory} - The location of the index database
$arguments->{use_position} - See Sear::Indexer for a complete documentation
$arguments->{search} - String - The search query
$arguments->{verbose} - Boolean - Display the document id and score if set
$search_string -

Returns - Nothing

Exceptions - None

add_files(\%arguments, \@files)

Adds files to index, if the files are modified, and displays their name.

Arguments

\%arguments -
$arguments->{perl_mode} - Boolean - Use Perl specific word regex and stopwords
$arguments->{stopwords_file} - Optional- Name of the file containing the stopwords to use (overridden by the perl option)
$arguments->{index_directory} - The location of the index database
$arguments->{use_position} - See Sear::Indexer for a complete documentation
$arguments->{maximum_document_size} - Integer - Only files with size inferior to this limit will be added
$arguments->{verbose} - Boolean - Display the document id and score if set
\@files - Files to be added in the index

Returns - Nothing

Exceptions - None

remove_files(\%arguments, \@files)

Remove the passed files from the index

Arguments

$\%arguments -
$arguments->{perl_mode} - Boolean - Use Perl specific word regex and stopwords
$arguments->{stopwords_file} - Optional- Name of the file containing the stopwords to use (overridden by the perl option)
$arguments->{index_directory} - The location of the index database
$arguments->{use_position} - See Sear::Indexer for a complete documentation
$arguments->{verbose} - Boolean - Display the document id and score if set
\@files - Files to be removed

Returns - Nothing

Exceptions - None

check_index(\%arguments)

check the files in the index

Arguments

\%arguments -
$arguments->{perl_mode} - Boolean - Use Perl specific word regex and stopwords
$arguments->{stopwords_file} - Optional- Name of the file containing the stopwords to use (overridden by the perl option)
$arguments->{index_directory} - The location of the index database
$arguments->{use_position} - See Sear::Indexer for a complete documentation
$arguments->{verbose} - Boolean - Display the document id and score if set

Returns - Nothing

Exceptions - None

get_file_MD5($file)

Returns the MD5 of the $file argument.

Arguments

$file - The location of the file to compute an MD5 for

Returns - A string containing the file md5

Exceptions - fails if the file can't be open

BUGS AND LIMITATIONS

None so far.

AUTHOR

        Nadim ibn hamouda el Khemir
        CPAN ID: NKH
        mailto: nadim@cpan.org

LICENSE AND COPYRIGHT

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

SUPPORT

You can find documentation for this module with the perldoc command.

    perldoc Search::Indexer::Incremental::MD5

You can also look for information at:

SEE ALSO

Search::Indexer

Search::Indexer::Incremental::MD5::Indexer and Search::Indexer::Incremental::MD5::Searcher




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