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DocFetcher 1.1.19 Multilingual + Portable

Discussion in 'Windows Apps' started by TheKnight, Jan 12, 2017.

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    DocFetcher 1.1.19 Multilingual + Portable | 84.67 MB

    DocFetcher is a powerful desktop search application: It allows you to search the contents of files on your computer. - You can think of it as Google for your local files.

    Features:
    A portable version: There is a portable version of DocFetcher that runs on Windows, Linux and Mac OS X. How this is useful is described in more detail further down this page.
    64-bit support: Both 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems are supported.
    Unicode support: DocFetcher comes with rock-solid Unicode support for all major formats, including Microsoft Office, OpenOffice.org, PDF, HTML, RTF and plain text files. The only exception is CHM, for which we don't have Unicode support yet.
    Archive support: DocFetcher supports the following archive formats: zip, 7z, rar, and the whole tar.* family. The file extensions for zip archives can be customized, allowing you to add more zip-based archive formats as needed. Also, DocFetcher can handle an unlimited nesting of archives (e.g. a zip archive containing a 7z archive containing a rar archive... and so on).
    Search in source code files: The file extensions by which DocFetcher recognizes plain text files can be customized, so you can use DocFetcher for searching in any kind of source code and other text-based file formats. (This works quite well in combination with the customizable zip extensions, e.g. for searching in Java source code inside Jar files.)
    Outlook PST files: DocFetcher allows searching for Outlook emails, which Microsoft Outlook typically stores in PST files.
    Detection of HTML pairs: By default, DocFetcher detects pairs of HTML files (e.g. a file named "foo.html" and a folder named "foo_files"), and treats the pair as a single document. This feature may seem rather useless at first, but it turned out that this dramatically increases the quality of the search results when you're dealing with HTML files, since all the "clutter" inside the HTML folders disappears from the results.
    Regex-based exclusion of files from indexing: You can use regular expressions to exclude certain files from indexing. For example, to exclude Microsoft Excel files, you can use a regular expression like this: .*\.xls
    Mime-type detection: You can use regular expressions to turn on "mime-type detection" for certain files, meaning that DocFetcher will try to detect their actual file types not just by looking at the filename, but also by peeking into the file contents. This comes in handy for files that have the wrong file extension.
    Powerful query syntax: In addition to basic constructs like OR, AND and NOT DocFetcher also supports, among other things: Wildcards, phrase search, fuzzy search ("find words that are similar to..."), proximity search ("these two words should be at most 10 words away from each other"), boosting ("increase the score of documents containing...")

    Supported Document Formats:
    Microsoft Office (doc, xls, ppt)
    Microsoft Office 2007 and newer (docx, xlsx, pptx, docm, xlsm, pptm)
    Microsoft Outlook (pst)
    OpenOffice.org (odt, ods, odg, odp, ott, ots, otg, otp)
    Portable Document Format (pdf)
    EPUB (epub)
    HTML (html, xhtml, ...)
    TXT and other plain text formats (customizable)
    Rich Text Format (rtf)
    AbiWord (abw, abw.gz, zabw)
    Microsoft Compiled HTML Help (chm)
    MP3 Metadata (mp3)
    FLAC Metadata (flac)
    JPEG Exif Metadata (jpg, jpeg)
    Microsoft Visio (vsd)
    Scalable Vector Graphics (svg)

    Whats New:
    Features

    Polish GUI translation.
    DocFetcher now ships with Windows launchers with up to 8 GB of memory. Note that more than 1 GB requires a 64-bit Java runtime.
    Advanced settings: Option for disabling the text preview. This is useful for searching the contents of very large text files.
    Advanced settings: New entry AllowIndexRenaming for hiding the "Rename Index" context menu entry in the Search Scope pane.

    Bugfixes

    The Windows installer couldn't detect an installed 64-bit Java runtime.
    Crash during startup saying "invalid sash weights" (bug #1223 and others).
    The GUI translations were not loaded in the OS X application bundle.
    Fixed Outlook PST indexing issues.
    Crash on certain CHM files (bug #1232).
    Crash on RTF files containing images (bug #1230).
    IndexOutOfBoundsException crash (bug #1298 and others).
    NullPointerException crash during indexing (bug #1236).
    Directory paths as long as or longer than 260 characters were incorrectly identified as NTFS junctions, causing some directories to be ignored during indexing.
    Crash when trying to rename a folder beneath an index (i.e. a top-level folder). Now the renaming operation is only enabled for indexes.
    Crash under certain circumstances when clicking on the buttons in the toolbar above the preview pane (bug #1252).

    Changes

    The Windows installer now downloads JRE 8 Update 111 32-bit if no Java runtime was found.
    The comments in the DocFetcher.bat file were printed in the command prompt.

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