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C#: Personal Script Library for code snippits with search engine??????

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I'm looking for a personal script library either someone's project or an app for sale. It's needs to have a smart search engine that looks for my code snippits of many .txt files in a certain c:\drive\code directory. A smart search engine in that it will search using several words not just one word. I found something close to my expectations at FMS, but it would only lookup one word at a time. I like the way Google works using a string of words as search criteria.....

Q. Anyone know of a Personal Script Library for code snippits with smart search engine??????

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Nope,.. but I suggest you use wiki for it. http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?WikiEngines  There are several c# wiki engines

regards

Floris
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Well, you could buy something, or you could just use indexing services for free.
Indexing Services comes with Windows server and I am not sure if it comes with XP.
You can index a directory and then search through the documents. It has a little VB.NET search app already built in.
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I've been using the trial X1 Desktop search engine for now and I can tell you it's awesome and also $75.00.......

http://www.x1.com/products/
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I'm closing this question for lack of real interest................
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