IndexedSearch Engine for Rails Engines version 0.1.3 has been released.
IndexedSearch is a simple, pluggable engine for rails applications which
be used to enable full text indexed searches within an application.
Searchable data is parsed, stemmed using the Porter stemmer, and added
fully indexed table. This allows you to index things like “he runs fast”
which will be returned from a search for “running” without using the
clause in your SQL searches.
Changes to version 0.1.3 include:
* Performance improvements, including the addition of 3 new indexes
you are upgrading from a previous release, you need to run the command
engines_migrate’ to pick up these changes).
* Addition of 2 new configuration options, allowing users to choose
whether or not to use “live search”, and if so what the observation
frequency of the live search field should be. (Thanks to Jim Elliott)
* Improved context display on search results by using the rails
“excerpt” method. (Thanks to Jim Elliott)
* Improved error handling.
For more information, please view the project page at: