A search and indexing engine. http://holumbus.fh-wedel.de

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MIT licensed by Sebastian M. Gauck, Timo B. Kranz, Uwe Schmidt
This is Holumbus.

Version 0.4

Sebastian M. Schlatt - sms@holumbus.org
Timo B. Hübel - tbh@holumbus.org



Holumbus is a Haskell library which provides the basic building blocks for
creating powerful indexing and search applications. This includes a framework
for distributed crawling and indexing as well as distributed query processing.


doc Detailed information about the internals of Holumbus.
examples Some example applications and utilities.
source Source code of the Holumbus core library.
test Several tests for the Holumbus core library.


The Holumbus core library requires at least GHC 6.8.2 and the
following packages (available via Hackage):

- binary 0.4.1
- bzlib
- HDBC 1.1.4
- HDBC-sqlite3
- hxt 7.5
- regex-compat
- utf8-string 0.2


A Cabal file is provided, therefore Holumbus can be installed using
the standard Cabal way:

$ runhaskell Setup.hs configure
$ runhaskell Setup.hs build
$ runhaskell Setup.hs install # with root privileges


Documentation is provided through the examples and extensive Haddock
API documentation available online at http://www.holumbus.org.

Details about the internals of the Holumbus framework are available in
the extensive descriptions of the implementation in the "doc" directory.
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