A library for building groonga powered nodes

nroonga is a library for building groonga powered nodes. You can write your custom full-text search backend on the top of node.js and groonga.

If you are using debian or ubuntu, the simplest way to install is to use packages. Install instructions of groonga is available at the groonga website. Follow one of these:

NOTE: You need to install libgroonga-dev package in order to install nroonga.

After groonga installed, just do

% npm install nroonga
% npm install
% npm test

Super simple test script:

% node examples/test.js

A CLI example (like groonga stand-alone mode):

% coffee examples/
var nroonga = require('nroonga');
var db = new nroonga.Database('database');

// Synchronous

// Asynchronous
db.command('status', function(error, data) {

Open a groonga database.

If [path] is given, create a persistent db. Otherwise, create a temporary db.

If [openOnly] is set to true, do not attempt to create even if open failed. Otherwise, try to create a new database.

Send command to groonga. Block until results returned.

Asynchronously send command to groonga. Callback will be given two arguments (error, data).

Close database. After close called, any API calls for the database raise an exception.

LGPL 2.1 or later. See license/lgpl-2.1.txt. (Yoji Shidara has a right to change the license including contributed patches.)