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Class: Unified Search Engine Access
Search engine results retrieving
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---------------------------------------------------------------------- Unified Search Engine Access - search engine grabber Copyright (C) 2003 Voznyak Nazar ---------------------------------------------------------------------- LICENSE This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License (GPL) as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details. You should have recieved the lincence included with the disribution. If not visit ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Unified Search Engine Access (USEA) v.0.0.1 USEA is a suite which can be used for grabbing results from search engine. In order to provide flexibility of our software and its compatibility with existed search engines we should use some generalized set of subroutines. It is the highest abstract layer for accessing the search engine results. Implementation of these functions may use both page parsing algorythm or engine's API. Requirements: >> curl_lib Classes ------- iusea+ | cusea+ | cusea_google | cusea_lycos | cusea_rambler Interface --------- // Unified Search Engine Access Interface class iusea { // Perform search function find() {} // getting page from Internet function get_page() {} // getting links from page function parse() {} // recursive grabbing documents from search engine // $start - number of search engine page to start grabbing // it must be overriden for each search engine function grab($start) {} // Get total number of found documents function get_doc_count() {} // Get USEA version function get_version() {} } // end of interface usea Example ------- The first thing that has to be added is corresponding search engine class: require_once '../cusea_google.php' or require_once '../cusea_lycos.php' or require_once '../cusea_rambler.php' That needs to be placed before anything else in the page. The next step is to create object of corresponding class and set some additionaly parameters: $usea = new cusea_google($search); $usea->set_proxy("", "login:password"); Then you should start usea search: $usea->find();