from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A person or program which creates indexes.
- n. A special property of a class allowing objects of the class to be accessed by index as though they were arrays or hash tables.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who makes an index.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who provides an index
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Relying on Word instead of using an indexer is analogous to relying on Word’s spell/grammar check instead of using an editor.
I’m sure the indexer is smart enough to wait until someone is done writing a file before it starts to read it.
However, you can disable the Strigi file indexer, which is not needed for Kontact.
Strigi file indexer, which is not needed for Kontact.
Not just the built-in search appliance, I don't think this is an "indexer" as search results are slow and it doesn't run in the background to build an index ...
Coda. fm is a torrent indexer, meaning that the site does not operate its own tracker.
While at first it seemed as though Murdoch was merely posturing with hypotheticals, reports continue to indicate that News Corp. is seriously considering choosing Bing as the exclusive "indexer" of their news content.
Hitwise, however, wants to know whether they'll come if and when Rupert Murdoch "de-indexes" WSJ. com from Google, and gives Microsoft's Bing exclusive "indexer" rights.
It kicked off on Tuesday and as Ernesto reported on TorrentFreak, “The outcome of the civil dispute between the anti-piracy group BREIN and Mininova will decide if the BitTorrent indexer has to actively filter torrents from the site.”
"Just because you use math doesn't make you an indexer."