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Matts (1087)

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I work for MessageLabs [] in Toronto, ON, Canada. I write spam filters, MTA software, high performance network software, string matching algorithms, and other cool stuff mostly in Perl and C.

Journal of Matts (1087)

Wednesday December 04, 2002
03:54 PM

Searchling sites.xml

[ #9271 ]

Here is my sites.xml for Searchling. Just drop it in as a replacement for your current sites.xml file (in and restart Searchling, and you get shiny CPAN search options.

(oh, and the ebay searches, so you might want to change that back).

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  • I missed Opera's trivial search of google (Mozilla requires you to click out of the location bar then hit 'search', piece o' crap). This is nifty. Thanks!


    • > Mozilla requires you to click out of the location bar

      Mozilla->Preferences->Navigator->Smart Browsing

      check Enable Internet Keywords

      click "More Information"

      it will explain how to edit your user.js to have google as your "keywords" server (basically, type some words in the URL bar and enter to search google)

      Note: this fails when Mozilla thinks your terms include a URL. Due to but 79655 [] a search for 'Mr. T.' will fail because Mozilla sees the dot and thinks you're looking for some domain name
  • Personally I use Chimera which allows me to do searches using keywords in the location bar. But you might want to add the following into your CPAN section