Goosle 1.2.1 searches in DuckDuckGo, Google, Wikipedia and Ecosia and shows the results in an easy to read format.
New in version 1.2.1 is a filter to combine magnet results into one if the info_hash is identical. In practice this means better and mor concise results for your downloads.
If your server does not have APCu for caching you can now configure Goosle to use a file based system. Since this is not stored in memory you can have a much longer cache time as well, reducing external requests to the various search engines for repeat searches.
Changes in version 1.2.1 released on January 15, 2024
- [new] Merge identical downloads (determined by info hash) from different torrent sites that provide hashes
- [new] Option to cache to flat files instead of APCu, files stored in /cache/ folder
- [new] Blank index.php files in all subfolders to shield from prying eyes
- [tweak] Improved version check
- [fix] Stray periods in some Limetorrent categories
- [fix] Inconsistent size indication for torrent results
Try Goosle for yourself
I’ve made the source code available on Github. https://github.com/adegans/Goosle
Goosle should work on most modern servers that have PHP7.4 or newer and should take less than 5 minutes to install and set up. All you need is basic webhosting and a domain name.
Check the included readme.md or the Github page for details.
You can post your questions on Github or on my support forum.