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|cli||8 months ago|
|gui||1 month ago|
|shared||2 months ago|
|README.md||9 months ago|
|TODO||2 years ago|
|qss.pro||2 years ago|
quite simple search (qss) creates a poor-man full-text search for your files using a sqlite database.
A simple gui renders the pages of the documents where your search keywords have been found. Currently, this allows you search all indexed pdfs and take a look at the pages side by side in an instant.
The name of the project will probably be changed.
- Find & Preview. Instead of merely telling you where your search phrase has been found, it should also render the corresponding portion/pages of the documents and highlight the searched words.
- No daemons. As other solutions are prone to have annoying daemons running that eat system resources away, this solution should make do without daemons if possible.
- Easy setup. Similiarly, there should be no need for heavy-weight databases. Instead, this solution tries to squeeze out the most from simple approaches. In particular, it relies on sqlite.
- GUI & CLI. Provide CLI interfaces and GUI interfaces
sudo apt install build-essential qt5-default libpoppler-qt5-dev libuchardet-dev libquazip5-dev qmake make