Re: Call to test CVS


On Wed, 2006-12-06 at 00:01 +0100, Rafał Próchniak wrote:
> Dnia 04-12-2006, pon o godzinie 16:08 -0500, Joe Shaw napisał(a):     
> >         * Making sure the date/time issues are all fixed; 
> Do I have to remove old indexes after upgrading beagle? I compiled CVS
> version after dBera's email about reverted patch and it seemed to start
> indexing everything again (like 0.2.13). 

I believe CVS bumps up the index version, yes.

> I don't remember beagle's behavior before, but should it go through all
> liferea feed items after startup? When I run beagled --fg, I can see a
> lot of "Debug: +http://some-liferea-feed-item";... 

Yeah, because the index version number changed (to better support

> Well, it enables beagle, but I couldn't disable it. After disabling
> beagle in beagle-settings the files in ~/.config/autostart get
> "X-GNOME-autostart-enabled=false", but the files in /etc/xdg/autostart
> don't. 

Well, beagle-settings is run as an individual user, so it can't edit the
files in /etc/xdg/autostart.  The files in ~/.config/autostart should
override the ones in the system directory.  I'll look into it.

> Does beagle-index-info for files count attachments too? 

Yes, it counts each "document" that is indexed, which doesn't
necessarily map one-to-one with files.

> I was wondering: is there any possible way to count items that beagle 
> should index?  Using some magic scripts or other CLI voodoo? 

A tool which knew how Beagle interpreted the files and crawled the
filesystem itself would probably be the most accurate way to do this,
but you could write a script which crawled the file system, counting
each file and extracting archives and counting their contents to get a
reasonably close approximation.  It would definitely tell you if Beagle
should be indexing 10000 but only finding 1000, but it won't get the
different between 525 and 550.

> And one more thing, output of beagle-index-info after indexing:
> Name: EvolutionMail
> Count: 24256
> Crawling: False (-2147483648%)

Cute. :)  Thanks, I'll fix that one.


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