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-== Pyndex ==
-The Pyndex project has been RETIRED! For full-text indexing and search we recommend [wiki:DivmodXapwrap Divmod Xapwrap] or [http://pylucene.osafoundation.org/ PyLucene] instead.
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-Pyndex is a simple and fast full-text indexer (aka search engine) implemented in Python. It uses Metakit as its storage back-end. It works well for quickly adding search to an application, and is also well suited to in-memory indexing and search. It performs best in applications involving a few thousand documents. Pyndex can handle AND, OR and phrase queries.
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-= Retired Projects =
-
-This is the rest home for Divmod that didn't quite make it up the evolutionary ladder. These projects are not being developed or maintained.
-
- [wiki:WhitherAtop What happened to Atop?]::
- One of earlier OODB projects
- [wiki:WhitherQuotient What's happening with Quotient?]::
- The first cut of our messaging server, based on ATOP
- [wiki:WhitherLupy What's happening with Lupy?]::
- A port of Lucene to Python
- [wiki:WhitherPyndex What's happening with Pyndex?]::
- An early attempt at a full-text indexer in Python
- [wiki:DivmodXapwrap Divmod Xapwrap]::
- A wrapper around the Python bindings for the Xapian Probabilistic Information Retrieval library.
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+====
+Lupy
+====
+
+The Lupy project has been RETIRED! For full-text indexing and search using
+Python and Lucene we recommend [http://pylucene.osafoundation.org/ OSAF's
+PyLucene] instead.
+
+Lupy is a is a full-text indexer and search engine written in Python. It is a
+port of Jakarta Lucene 1.2 to Python. Specifically, it reads and writes
+indexes in Lucene binary format. Like Lucene, it is sophisticated and
+scalable. Lucene is a polished and mature project and you are encouraged to
+read the documentation found at the Lucene home page.
+
+Lupy requires Python 2.3 or greater.
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+======
+Pyndex
+======
+
+The Pyndex project has been RETIRED! For full-text indexing and search we
+recommend [wiki:DivmodXapwrap Divmod Xapwrap] or
+[http://pylucene.osafoundation.org/ PyLucene] instead.
+
+Pyndex is a simple and fast full-text indexer (aka search engine) implemented
+in Python. It uses Metakit as its storage back-end. It works well for quickly
+adding search to an application, and is also well suited to in-memory indexing
+and search. It performs best in applications involving a few thousand
+documents. Pyndex can handle AND, OR and phrase queries.
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+==============
+'Old' Quotient
+==============
+
+Quotient's name lives on but the original ATOP-based Quotient is now known as
+Old Quotient. The latest version of [DivmodQuotient Quotient] is based on
+[DivmodAxiom Axiom]: our 'smart' database.
+
+The short version is: Quotient has been ported to Axiom and (the new)
+Mantissa. We have been supporting and will continue to support our existing
+customer base that uses 'Old' Quotient -- never fear :-) We are also
+investigating potential integration with our [http://blendix.com Blendix]
+service, so stay tuned!
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+==============
+Divmod Xapwrap
+==============
+
+This project is no longer supported. It is not compatible with the latest
+release of Xapian.
+
+Enhancements to the Python bindings for the [http://www.xapian.org Xapian]
+full-text indexing library.
+
+While Xapian comes with bindings, they are hard to work with, and being
+SWIG'd, a literal translation of a C++ API. Xapwrap simplifies working with
+Xapian databases in Python.
+
+This is implemented as a second layer of wrapping, so Xapian's bindings are
+still required.
+
+[http://divmod.org/trac/attachment/wiki/SoftwareReleases/Xapwrap-0.3.1.tar.gz?format=raw
+Get release 0.3.1]
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-= 'Old' Quotient =
-
-Quotient's name lives on but the original ATOP-based Quotient is now known as Old Quotient. The latest version of [DivmodQuotient Quotient] is based on [DivmodAxiom Axiom]: our 'smart' database.
-
-The short version is: Quotient has been ported to Axiom and (the new) Mantissa. We have been supporting and will continue to support our existing customer base that uses 'Old' Quotient -- never fear :-) We are also investigating potential integration with our [http://blendix.com Blendix] service, so stay tuned!
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