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Sure, that'll work... Randy Kobes' CPAN search modules are under CPAN::Search::Lite, FWIW.

In this thread?

Probably not all in this thread. We might start a new thread called "MonkSearch - spider" to deal with spidering issues, for example.

I think it's important to facilitate participation by anyone in the PerlMonks community who wants to join in. The downside is that we might end up creating more messages than the PerlMonks threading model is optimized for, but this isn't that big a project and I think the volume will be manageable.

Marvin Humphrey
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In reply to Re^9: Running SuperSearch off a fast full-text index. by creamygoodness
in thread Running SuperSearch off a fast full-text index. by dmitri

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