Can I use dtsearch in C++ under linux, if yes what APIshould i use?

Can I use dtsearch in C++ under linux, if yes what APIshould i use?

I want to use dtsearch in my desktop application written in C++ and Gtkmm. Can i have any API or link to the API to do my thing.

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If you are talking about dtSearch Desktop, the Windows end-user product, it is not intended or licensed to be used via the API..
Writing a script in Java? [closed]
The dtSearch Engine for Linux (x32 or x64) on the other hand is a developer product and has C++ and Java APIs; it includes file filters for all popular file types, can search multiple indexes at the same time, each holding over 1 Tbyte.

Linux / C++: Get Internet IP Address (not local computer's IP)
Features natural language as well as complex Boolean searching and regular expression searching.

Embedded linux call using system
At $2500 for a three-server license (includes one year of technical support) it is probably overkill if you just have a single Desktop application to run, but for heavy duty searching inside a datacentre it's a no brainer.

Import C + Makefile into a linux IDE?
Fully functional evaluation downloads at
Preventing threads from writing to the same file

Good OpenGL tutorial for Linux/Ubuntu? [closed]


I used to think this would require some trickery, because I thought the dtSearch core was written against the Win32 APIs.

But Mahmoud Al-Qudsi has pointed out that dtSearch is now available directly for Linux.. That said, having used both dtSearch and Solr/Lucene, I would recommend you not use dtSearch, unless there's some edge feature that only it can offer you.

There are some nice open source search engines these days.

I would suggest the main java version of Lucene, but integrating C++ with Java might be a pain.

Have you checked out CLucene, the C port of Lucene? Or one of the other open source search engines based on C/C++?. Sphinx is another open source engine, written in C++.

I haven't used it personally, but it might have enough momentum to also be worth looking into..

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