How to install pysourcesearch
- Download and install ActivePython
- Open Command Prompt
pypm install pysourcesearch
This package will allow you to create your own search engines for your packages and sets of packages. It's not perfect, but I find it useful. It's really fast and easier to find what you're looking for often.
You can search specifically for methods, classes and filenames or just do a full text search.
It's built on repoze.bfg, repoze.catalog and pygments.
Start off with a virtualenv:
>>> virtualenv pysourcesearch --no-site-packages >>> cd pysourcesearch >>> ./bin/easy_install pysourcesearch >>> ./bin/easy_install PasteScript
Then you can use the ini WSGI configuration provided with the package or create your own similar to this:
>>> [app:main] >>> use = egg:pysourcesearch#app >>> debug_notfound = false >>> catalogs_location = %(here)s/catalogs >>> reindex = False >>> package_groups = >>> Plone:/Applications/Plone/buildout-cache/eggs >>> skipped_paths = >>> tests >>> >>> [server:main] >>> use = egg:Paste#http >>> host = 0.0.0.0 >>> port = 6543
>>> ./bin/paster serve pysourcesearch.ini
The first time it runs it will take some time to index everything. If you tail the catalog you'll be able to see the status of indexing.
>>> tail -f pysourcesearch.log
Here are some of the WSGI configuration options:
* catalogs_location = Location where the indexes are stored * reindex = If you want to reindex every time it's run * package_groups = a list of locations to egg packages. This is normally a `buildout-cache/eggs` direction or a `lib/python2.6/site-packages` directory * skipped_paths = a list of folders that you'd rather not index the contents of
- Initial version