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Search index -- adding own

I have indexed certain bible modules that I have on my linux box. These indices are not available for download on my Ipod.

Can my index files be downloaded directly to my Ipod?

Thank you, Tom Crawford
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Re: Search index -- adding own

I'm sorry, but installing your own indices is not possible right now. I'm hoping to address this in the future so that you are able to search your own modules... But right now I haven't decided on the best way to do this, so it won't be available in v1.2 (which I have almost finished!)...

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Re: Search index -- adding own

so, it turns out I was wrong.

If you install your own modules using MMM, make sure that when you package up your module into the zip file, you keep the lucene folder inside the module's directory. Then, when you install the module using MMM, PocketSword will automagically unpack the lucene index for that module and you *should* be able to search in that module! :)
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Re: Search index -- adding own

Works fine. I zipped the module with the lucence folder installed and it works fine. Loaded it from my fed11 box using chrome. Much thanks.
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