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Welcome to the development home for DataSeeker

DataSeeker is a PM based file and text search utility. See the home page at netlabs for more infos.

From here you can browse the source code, report bugs and view your tickets.

This page needs some polishing. So if you want to contribute, feel free to contact the project maintainers.


The current release is available at Netlabs. It can also downloaded from Hobbes or my home page


If you have tried out DataSeeker for the first time, or played with a new version, let me know (contact).

If you find bugs, please report it (New Ticket). You must be logged into TRAC to create tickets. Please login with your Netlabs login id. If you do not have a login id, you can request one at If you have troubles acquiring a Netlabs login id send an e-mail to Netlabs Community Mailing List. The netlabs mailing lists ( are mirrored at (f.i.

If you like to see improvements or bug fixes, you have to let me know or make it yourself (see Building DataSeeker).


Larsen Commander Integration

If you like to integrate DataSeeker? as your standard file find utility in LarsenCommander? you can set this in lcmd options as shown here

To start search with a single keystroke from within lcmd f.e. with F3 edit your lcmd.rc file

//   cmdViewFile                   (key=VK_F3                        ) // Files->View
   cmdFindFile                   (key=VK_F3                        ) // Commands->Find File...


I took over the sources mainly cause there were a few things in Alessandros version which I didn't like. But with the current version, I'm quite happy. There was zero feedback on the latest versions although I think the FOC integration is a major improvement. Seems all users are satisfied or no one using it anymore. Currently I don't see any need for further development.

As of May 2014 current version is 1.13. See changelog in readme file

Building DataSeeker

  • check out complete source tree from svn (trunk)
  • follow the included build.txt and you are done
  • if not, do not hesitate to ask