Re: System Folders
- From: Robert Love <rml novell com>
- To: Joe Gasiorek <joe gasiorek gmail com>
- Cc: Dashboard <dashboard-hackers gnome org>
- Subject: Re: System Folders
- Date: Tue, 12 Oct 2004 14:00:29 -0400
On Tue, 2004-10-12 at 13:38 -0400, Joe Gasiorek wrote:
> Currently it is my understanding that Beagled starts its indexing in a
> users home directory and only goes outside of that if there is a file
> change notification from inotify. I am wondering if we intend to keep
> it like this. There are other useful folders (/usr/share, manpages,
> docs, etc.). Because most of the useful data for users is in there
> homedir should we keep beagled the same and use make iqueryable
> drivers for other things? Or are we just using the homedir as a
> launch pad for the time being to get beagle up and doing something?
I do not think that we should perform generic file indexing outside of
But I do think that specific drivers, as you mention, is a good idea.
For example, for man pages.
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