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Please report any other platforms that worked for you! There are no principal functional limitations on any platform.On Windows, you will need Microsoft Visual C/C Studio . Other compilers/environments will probably work as well, but for the time being, you will have to build makefile (or other environment specific project files) manually.

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API is very lightweight so porting it to a new language is known to take a few hours or days.Third party API ports and plugins exist for Perl, C#, Haskell, Ruby-on-Rails, and possibly other languages and frameworks.Starting from version 1.10-beta, Sphinx supports two different indexing backends: "disk" index backend, and "realtime" (RT) index backend.You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307 USA Non-GPL licensing (for OEM/ISV embedded use) can also be arranged, please contact us to discuss commercial licensing possibilities.Sphinx development was started back in 2001, because I didn't manage to find an acceptable search solution (for a database driven Web site) which would meet my requirements.Sphinx is a full-text search engine, publicly distributed under GPL version 2. It was specially designed to integrate well with SQL databases storing the data, and to be easily accessed by scripting languages.

Technically, Sphinx is a standalone software package provides fast and relevant full-text search functionality to client applications.

There is also a generic driver called xmlpipe2, which runs a specified command and reads the data from its .

See Section 3.9, “xmlpipe2 data source” section for the format description.

The data to be indexed can generally come from very different sources: SQL databases, plain text files, HTML files, mailboxes, and so on.

From Sphinx point of view, the data it indexes is a set of structured .

Built-in sources can fetch data directly from My SQL, Postgre SQL, MSSQL, ODBC compliant database (Oracle, etc) or a pipe in TSV or a custom XML format. to natively support other DBMSes) is designed to be as easy as possible.