Re: Search utility for HTML documentation

Subject: Re: Search utility for HTML documentation
From: John Cornellier <tw -at- cornellier -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 06 Feb 2002 18:43:33 +0100

Easy peasy. Go to Google and type
javascript client side search engine

It comes up with this:

This searches the HTML pages anyway. Try googling on
javascript client side search engine pdf

06-Feb-02 5:39:06 PM, "Nathalie Laroche" <laroche -at- nuance -dot- com> wrote:

>The documentation that we provide with our product includes about 1000 HTML pages and a dozen PDF files. We would like to add a search utility to our documentation, but I can't seem to find
what I am looking for. This utility would need to run locally (offline), both on Unix and Windows platforms. Ideally, it would also be cheap. :-) I can only find search engines for Intranets or search engines
that run remotely on a server, and they are all quite expensive.
>Any suggestions?

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