Re: Search utility for HTML documentation
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.There are a couple of Open Source products that might be useful to you:
-htdig (http://www.htdig.org/). It's for UNIX and Linux platforms, but, assuming that it's running off a UNIX server, providing a front end for Windows use should be straightforward.
-Zope (www.zope.com; www.zope.org) has a couple of plug-ins for developing search engines, and is available on both Windows and *NIX platforms. It will time to sort through all the information on Zope -it's a huge project - but the results should be worthwhile.
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