@sgiehl opened this Issue on September 10th 2010 Member

There are some searchengines that don't have the keywords as part of the querystring. Keywords are included in the path instead.

Examples:

Piwik should be able to identify those keywords, aswell.

@robocoder commented on September 11th 2010 Contributor

Those are all powered by Infospace's "metasearch" engine.

Their other sites include:

  • search.dogpile.com
  • search.nation.com
  • metacrawler.com and search.metacrawler.com
  • webfetch.com and search.webfetch.com
  • webcrawler.com and search.webcrawler.com
@robocoder commented on September 11th 2010 Contributor

(In [3117]) fixes #1690 - adds support for regular expressions

note: search.kiwee.com is handled as a case of InfoSpace powered metasearch

@robocoder commented on September 11th 2010 Contributor

(In [3121]) refs #1690 - cleanup dogpile

@sgiehl commented on September 11th 2010 Member

(In [3127]) refs #1564 added missing 123people.it, fixed 123people's keyword recognition (using regex now)

refs #1690 do not abort keyword recognition if no query string is given

@sgiehl commented on September 11th 2010 Member

(In [3129]) refs #1690 removed ws.copernic.com as it is infospace powered, added test

@sgiehl commented on September 11th 2010 Member

(In [3130]) refs #1690 fixed msxml.excite.com (using regex recognition)

This Issue was closed on March 27th 2012
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