>I have just completed a project similar (but possibly smaller) to yours.
For my project I wanted a tool for searching a >CD-ROM containing about a
thousand html files.......I would be happy to send you a copy of my source.
Thank you very much, Greg! I would appreciate a copy of your tool's source.
It sounds like it could definitely help. Our projects sound very similar.
Currently, I have around 500 html files, however this will grow quickly as
the product develops.
>Of course if when you say "all sorts of different customer platforms" you
are including Apple or UNIX then SwishCtl is >not suitable...
The product is a PC semiconductor tester data analysis tool, the counterpart
to our Unix server software suite, and our customers, both domestic and
overseas, tend to use a variety of different browsers & OS's. So I meant it
should be somewhat flexible in that regard. I don't believe we've ever had
a customer use Apple. All our customers are on PCs or Sun boxes. So
SwishCtl sounds like it would be suitable for my project. I can always
include a blurb such as "you need IE 4.x or better to use this search
feature" on the search form page.
Thanks again for your help and feedback,
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Greg Ford
Sent: Tuesday, May 20, 2003 11:56 PM
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Subject: [SWISH-E] Re: Searching Help Files?
I have just completed a project similar (but possibly smaller) to yours.
For my project I wanted a tool for searching a CD-ROM containing
about a thousand html files.
In the end I went for an ActiveX component that requires Internet
Explorer 4+ on Win32 systems. (there is no requirement for a web server )
I've been trying to find spare time to go through my source code
and remove the "task specific" code to make it suitable
to include as part of the Swish-e sources
(my understanding here is that as swish-e is GPL not LGPL
- there is a requirement to make the source available
if your application links to the swish-e library).
The tool I created is called SwishCtl (SwishControl?) it is similar to
SwishEx in concept, but uses Swish-e 2.3.4 rather than the 2.0.5 used
in SwishEx - I did not base SwishCtl on the SwishEx code.
Of course if when you say "all sorts of different customer platforms"
you are including Apple or UNIX then SwishCtl is not suitable...
I would be happy to send you a copy of my source.
I would be even happier to see SwishCtl included in the swish-e
distribution, but realise that this may not be a priority for the
swish-e maintainers (as SwishCtl only works with the proprietary
Received on Wed May 21 15:14:41 2003