mjslouber at BERKELEY.EDU
Tue Aug 24 11:39:22 UTC 2010
That is helpful, but not ideal. Offline we can do all kinds of useful searching with plain text files, but Google seems to index only by word, which it judges by spaces or period marks. So your search does not actually turn up all of the cases of ācārya, only the ones where it is followed by a space or period.
On Aug 24, 2010, at 1:19 PM, Dominik Wujastyk wrote:
> Actually, one can search GRETIL in situ by using a Google Search of the
> following type:
> - site:http://www.sub.uni-goettingen.de/ebene_1/ ācārya
> Running the above search gave me this
> The "site:" prefix tells Google to restrict its search to a particular web
> site. So the above searches for "ācārya" anywhere on the Goettingen site /
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> On 23 August 2010 22:48, Dominik Wujastyk <wujastyk at gmail.com> wrote:
>> You can download GRETIL<http://www.sub.uni-goettingen.de/ebene_1/fiindolo/gretil.htm>and search it locally on your hard disk.
>> SARIT <http://sarit.indology.info> is a searchable collection of online
>> Skt texts that includes the Brahmapurana.
>> Dominik Wujastyk
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