[Haskell-cafe] searchmonkey for haskell apis
ndmitchell at gmail.com
Thu Aug 14 14:59:26 EDT 2008
I already generate lots of Haskell API data for Hoogle
(http://haskell.org/hoogle and http://haskell.org/hoogle/beta). Do you
have any more details, or a link to the java api search plugin? If you
want to do this, I'd love to talk - it should be possible to add it
into Hoogle without too much difficulty, although I've little interest
in doing the work myself :-)
On Tue, Aug 12, 2008 at 12:44 AM, brad clawsie <clawsie at fastmail.fm> wrote:
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> i've been looking into the possibility of creating some xslt to expose
> haskell apis to yahoo search via searchmonkey.
> if you see the java api search plugin, you can see some possibilities.
> i was wondering if anyone maintaining any the official api docs had
> considered looking at searchmonkey. from a site owner's perspective,
> some rdf metadata can be inlined with the api docs which yahoo will
> automatically crawl to build up a search corpus, which could then be
> rendered into a display using the searchmonkey tools. this approach
> would be superior to the xslt approach i suggest above, since it exposes
> industry standard metadata that any search engine can use. the xslt
> approach is an option yahoo offers to let third-parties "scrape" sites
> they want put in ysearch.
> since two parties approaches might conflict, i thought i would send out
> a note. thanks.
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