[mono-vb] WebCrawler in vb.net (mono)
monoman at gmail.com
Fri Feb 19 06:20:09 EST 2010
There's already a Lucene port to .NET: http://lucene.apache.org/lucene.net/
Although you are posting in mono-vb list, I ,particularly, wouldn't use or
recommend VB.NET for that (mono's vb compiler is VB.NET 2.0 [VB8) compatible
Try C# 4.0 (dmcs compiler on Mono) or Boo, as the main language. (your arms,
wrists and fingers will thank you later).
Rafael "Monoman" Teixeira
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2010/2/18 quandary <quandary82 at hailmail.net>
> I've wanted to do that a long time ago.
> You can take a look at Apache Lucene, a Java search library, which you
> could port to .net.
> Perhaps you find a way to compile the lucene library from java
> source/bytecode directly to .net.
> Another way is to extend this codeproject project:
> Then you need a ranking algorithm, such as Google PageRank, or perhaps
> better something like Yahoo TrustRank, and a parallel computation library,
> and a cluster software for computing the Eigenvectors of the markov chains
> I found this site about PageRank to be particularly useful because of it's
> incredible simplicity:
> On 02/17/2010 03:21 PM, Mauro Risonho de Paula Assumpção wrote:
> I am developing an open source software, which need a web crawler. I would
> like help from the list. The idea is to scan the structure of the site
> (HTTP and HTTPS), riding in a treeview in vb.net with GTK (Mono). Does
> anyone have any ideas?
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