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IntraMine service suite

by Anonymous Monk
on May 26, 2020 at 17:59 UTC ( [id://11117299]=perlnews: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

Dear suPerlatives,

Allow me to introduce Intramine, an intranet service suite for Windows done in Strawberry Perl and JavaScript that provides sub-second local search of your half a million or more source and text files, among other things.

Some other things:

  • five-second index update when you change a file, to keep searches current
  • automatic linking for all source and text and image file mentions, with minimal overhead (often none)
  • a really nice file Viewer to browse your files, and see search hits in full context (plus that automatic linking)
  • image hovers in your source and text files
  • Gloss, a markdown variant specifically for intranet use that takes advantage of autolinking and minimizes "computer friendly" overhead
  • scalable services: write your own IntraMine service, with or without a front end, and run multiple instances that can talk to other services
  • Search, Viewer, and Linker service support for 137 programming languages, as well as plain text
  • all original work is covered by an UNLICENSE.

For a README and downloads see




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Re: IntraMine service suite
by lsherwood (Beadle) on Jun 09, 2020 at 21:12 UTC
    KLB- Thank you- I might have a use for this, but I draw a blank on some of these modules: e.g. use elasticsearcher; use swarmserver; use win_wide_filepaths; Where would I find them? Thank you.
      I am not KLB7, but since that was a post by an anonymous monk, there's no telling whether they've ever been back, or ever will be.

      However, a quick look at the linked repo shows those modules are in the libs/ subdirectory of the repo. Presumably you need to follow the links to the install instructions to get those in the right place...

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