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KinoSearch1::Store::InUsereContributed Perl DocKinoSearch1::Store::InvIndex(3)

NAME
       KinoSearch1::Store::InvIndex - inverted index

SYNOPSIS
	   # abstract base class

DESCRIPTION
       An InvIndex is an abstract representation of an inverted	index,
       KinoSearch1's core data structure.  The archetypal implementation of an
       invindex, FSInvIndex, is	a single directory holding a collection	of
       files.  However,	to allow alternative implementations such as
       RAMInvIndex, i/o	and file manipulation are abstracted out rather	than
       executed	directly by KinoSearch1's classes.

       A "file"	within an invindex might be a real file	-- or it might be a
       ram file, or eventually a database record, etc.	Similarly,
       "$invindex->delete_file($filename)" might delete	a file from the	file
       system, or a key-value pair from	a hash,	or something else.

SEE ALSO
       KinoSearch1::Docs::FileFormat

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright 2005-2010 Marvin Humphrey

LICENSE, DISCLAIMER, BUGS, etc.
       See KinoSearch1 version 1.01.

perl v5.32.1			  2021-08-26   KinoSearch1::Store::InvIndex(3)

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