RiLax is a flattext database search engine. It allows easily convert
your existing flat text database into powerfull searching application.
Script supports text, numeric (integer or float) and date type fields.
Look of search results can be customized through template - any fileds
in any combinations can be returned to user. Results can be sorted
by any field. You can limit search to any field, comparison operations
(find data where specified field is greater or equal to given number)
Script does not require any database, index is stored in efficient
format to allow fast search even for large databases (100000+ records).
Installaton and configuration services are provided without additional
fee for registered users.
Script does not use any libraries or database systems, just pure Perl.
Therefore, it could be used on any server where you have account with CGI.
Script is able to work with different languages.
Simple and convenient query language.
RiLax uses platform independent binary files which can be used on any system.
Therefore, it is possible to index local copy of your site on your home computer
under Windows, and then use produced files on remote server.
A user-configurable list of stopwords.
Template driven output.
Keywords highlighting in output.
Advanced search, with possibility to use logical operators (AND, OR, NOT).
Substring and fuzzy search.
rilax-2.1 (last changes 31.08.04)
This simple ZIP code finder was builded in several minuts using RiLax.
- Ver. 2.1 - 28.07.2020
- Fixed bug in phrase search..
- Character translation function for multilanguage sites.
- Ver. 2.0 - 22.07.2020
- Inexing and search engine upgrade (based on RiSearch Pro v. 3.2.06).
- Multiple database support.
- Substring search.
- Fuzzy search.
- Ver. 1.0 - 14.11.2020
- Complete rewrite (this version is based on RiSearch Pro code).
- Ver. 0.1.03 - 08.03.2020
- Fixed serious bug in index.pl.
- Ver. 0.1.02 - 23.02.2020
- You may specify which fields should be indexed.
- Ver. 0.1.01 - 04.01.2021
- Ver. 0.1 - 16.12.2020
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