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Queries

With the MoinMoin search engine the same search patterns are allowed in the search and title search input fields as in the parameters for the FullSearch (FullSearchCached) and the PageList macros.

  • There may be several search term seperated by white space
    • Terms are combined by default with an AND operation - only pages containing all search term are returned
    • Double or single quotes may be used to include white space within search terms (phrase search)
  • - before a search term means NOT. Pages containing this term are excluded from the result

  • regex:TERM is treated as a regular expression. MoinMoin follows Python regex rules (see http://docs.python.org/lib/re-syntax.html for more info)

  • title:TERM searches in pages whose titles match TERM

    • Normal search terms do search the titles, too. Matches in titles get more weight than matches in pages.
  • case:TERM searches case sensitive

  • linkto:TERM searches for links to TERM

  • language:LANG-ISO-CODE searches for pages written in a given language ISO code, e.g. en, de

  • category:CAT searches for pages belonging to CategoryCAT; replaces old regular expression

  • mimetype:TYPE searches for pages and attachments with mimetype TYPE, e.g. image/png

    • /!\ Currently only available with Xapian! Does this comment apply to item above or below??

  • domain:TERM searches for pages in a domain like underlay or system (for system pages)

  • title:, regex:, linkto: and case: may be used in combination in one search term

    • these modifiers may be abbreviated to any length: e.g. re:, t:, reg:, cas:, l:

    • If you want to use multiple prefixes, you have to concatenate them like this: t:re:TERM

    • - must be put before any other modifiers

  • OR operator has a lower precedence than the implicit AND (e.g., car deisel or gas will find any page containing both "car" and "deisel", but will also hit on pages containing "gas", even if "car" is not on the page.)

  • Parentheses can be used for grouping

Examples

title:Help macro

searches for help pages that contain the word "macro".

apple (computer or "operating system")

searches for pages containing the word "apple" and at least one of "computer" or "operating system".

windows winamp or linux xmms

searches for pages containing both "windows" and "winamp", and also for pages containing both "linux" and "xmms".

"is text"

Will match "this text" or "is texts". Quotes are used only to include whitespace, and do not mean "exactly this phrase".

linkto:WindowsPage title:Linux

searches for pages that have "Linux" in the page name and that link to WindowsPage

r:\bdog\b

searches for the word "dog" and does not find e.g. the word "doggy".

help -domain:system

search for pages containing the word "help" but which are not system pages

category:homepage title:thomas

search for pages in CategoryHomepage with the word "thomas" in the title (user homepages of all persons named Thomas)

TitleSearch and PageList

  • uses the same patterns
  • title: is virtually added to every search term

Xapian

See HelpOnXapian for more information on Xapian and its setup.