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The Simple Web Indexing System for Humans (SWISH) is an open-source tool for indexing Web pages as well as other documents, including text, HTML and XML.
SWISH is used where there are large numbers of documents, including Web pages and other documents, that need to be indexed. The tool has ability to index emails, PDF, HTML, XML, Microsoft Word/Powerpoint/Excel, simple plain text and any other type of file that can be converted to XML or HTML text.
The Simple Web Indexing System for Humans - Enhanced (SWISH-e) is the descendant of SWISH. SWISH was developed by Kevin Hughes in 1994 and was eventually re-released under general public license as SWISH-E in 1996.
Features of SWISH include: