Orca Search 3.0

Operating systemsOS : Windows / Linux / Mac OS / BSD / Solaris
Program licensingScript Licensing : GPL - GNU Public License
CreatedCreated : May 29, 2007
Size downloadDownloads : 4
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The Orca Search is a self-spidering site search ...

The orca_search by Orca Scripts is a self-spidering site search engine script written in PHP and using MySQL to index data.
The Orca Search 3.0 is a full-text search, rather than an index-word search; this provides a few key benefits such as: complete language independence, fast spidering and highly accurate searching.
However, as a result of this design, the script will only usefully scale to sites with 1, 000 ~ 2, 000 pages. Decent spider crawl and search return times have been reported for indexes with up to 10, 000 pages, but such results are not typical.
Key Features
- Easy setup: Run your control panel in seconds, your first spider in minutes
- Automatic site spidering - self updating database
- Better searching algorithm - search for phrases, important and negative matches, even by indexed filetype
- Searches in: Page text, Title, Keywords, and URIs
- Full UTF-8 searching support
- Optional Latin accent matching (eg. "a" will match "ä " and "â ")
- Search text captured from PDFs, JPEGs and more with an extensible plugin interface
- Keeps a log of search queries made
- Search caching to decrease processor load
- Easy to use control panel GUI (screenshots below)
- Multiple output formats: (X)HTML, RSS 2. 0, or make your own!
- Can use the search database to generate a Google Sitemap
- Can output a compressed Javascript version of the engine for use with offline mirrors

Orca Search 3.0 scripting tags: searching, online search, orca search, search engines. What is new in Orca Search 3.0 software script? - Unable to find Orca Search 3.0 news. What is improvements are expecting? Newly-made Orca Search 3.1 will be downloaded from here. You may download directly. Please write the reviews of the Orca Search. License limitations are unspecified.