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RECOLLQ(1)		    General Commands Manual		    RECOLLQ(1)

NAME
       recollq - command line /	standard output	Recoll query command.

SYNOPSIS
       recollq [ -c <configdir>	] [ -o | -f | -a ] [ -b	] [ -d ] [ -A ]	[ -e ]
       [ -m ] [	-n <[first-]cnt> ] [ -Q	] [ -s	<stemming  language>  ]	 [  -S
       <fldname>  ]  [	-D  ] [	-i <additional index directory>	] [ -F <quoted
       space separated field name list>	] <query string>

       recollq -P

DESCRIPTION
       The recollq command will	execute	the Recoll query specified on the com-
       mand line and print the results to the standard output. It is primarily
       designed	for diagnostics, or piping the data to some other program. The
       basic  format  and its variations can be	useful for command line	query-
       ing. The	-F option should exclusively be	used for using the output data
       in  another  program, as	it is the only one for which output is guaran-
       teed to be fully	parseable.

       The -c option specifies the configuration  directory  name,  overriding
       the default or $RECOLL_CONFDIR.

       The  query  string is built by concatenating all	arguments found	at the
       end of the command line (after the options). It will be interpreted  by
       default as a query language string. Quoting should be used as needed to
       escape characters that might be interpreted by  the  shell  (ie:	 wild-
       cards).	 -a  is	 specified, the	query string will be interpreted as an
       all words simple	search query. If -o is	specified,  the	 query	string
       will be interpreted as an any word simple search	query. If -f is	speci-
       fied, the query string will be interpreted as a file name simple	search
       query.

       -b (basic) can be specified to only print the result urls in the	output
       stream.

       If -d is	set, the text for the result files contents will be dumped  to
       stdout.

       If  -m  is  set,	the whole metadata array will be dumped	for each docu-
       ment.

       If -A is	set, the document abstracts will be printed.

       -S <fieldname> sorts the	results	according to the specified field.  Use
       -D for descending order.

       -n  <cnt>  can be used to set the maximum number	of results that	should
       be printed. The default is 2000.	Use a value of 0 for no	limit.

       -s <language> selects the word  stemming	 language.  The	 value	should
       match  an  existing  stemming  database (as set in the configuration or
       added with recollindex -s).

       -i <extra dbdir>	adds the specified Xapian index	to the	set  used  for
       the query. Can be specified multiple times.

       -F  <space  separated  field  list> (one	argument, e.g. "author title")
       should be used for piping the data to another program. After 2  initial
       lines showing the actual	query and the estimated	result counts, it will
       print one line for each result document.	Each line  will	 have  exactly
       the  fields requested on	the command line. Fields are encoded in	base64
       and separated by	one space character. Empty  fields  are	 indicated  by
       consecutive  space  characters. There is	one additional space character
       at the end of each line.

       recollq -P (Period) will	print the  minimum  and	 maximum  modification
       years for documents in the index.

SEE ALSO
       recollindex(1) recollq(1) recoll.conf(5)

			       13 November 2007			    RECOLLQ(1)

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