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What is this?
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An offline mirror of Stack Overflow and most of the Stack Exchange sister sites, with questions and answers posted up to 2016-12-15.
The search engine is not perfect, but it can be invaluable when you're without internet. A few StackExchange sites such as math.stackexchange.com and some language sites are missing from this package, to save on space. You can add them yourself if you need, see these for how:
Stackdump viewer: http://bitbucket.org/samuel.lai/stackdump
Stackexchange data: http://archive.org/details/stackexchange


Why?
====
You could recreate this package by downloading the stackdump viewer and importing the stackexchange data yourself, but it would take a day or more of work, lots of RAM (> 11GB) and lots of disk space. I made this for myself, and thought I'd save you that effort.


Is this legal?
==============
Yes. The data is released by Stack Exchange Inc. under cc-by-sa 3.0 which allows to remix, transform, and build upon the material. The viewer program is stackdump by Samuel Lai, and is released under the MIT License.


How do I use this? What do I need?
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You need Python (2.5 or later, but not 3.0), Java (6 or later) and 53 GB of disk space. The package is a working Mercurial repository (which also provides a way to check that the code hasn't been altered). You can update the stackdump viewer with a hg pull when new versions appear, as well as add and remove sites with manage.sh if you want more, or to free up space. See the stackdump site for instructions how.

Linux:
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Run this in the stackdump directory:
./start_solr.sh &
./start_web.sh
to start up a webserver on localhost:8080. To shut it down, Ctrl+C the two scripts.

Windows:
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Launch these two scripts from a shell:
Start-Solr.ps1
Start-StackdumpWeb.ps1
to start up a webserver on localhost:8080. To shut them down, Ctrl+C them.
You might need to first turn on script-running for PowerShell (run
Set-ExecutionPolicy RemoteSigned in C:WindowsSysWOW64WindowsPowerShellv1.0powershell.exe started as Administrator). You might then need to edit Start-Solr.ps1 and reduce -Xmx2048M to -Xmx1048M (maybe only for 32-bit version of PowerShell? Not sure). After that, starting Start-Solr.ps1 and Start-StackdumpWeb.ps1 in two different C:WindowsSysWOW64WindowsPowerShellv1.0powershell.exes should put up the webserver.

Other OSes:
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Should work if you have Python and Java, but I have not tried myself


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