Re: Exclude pattern question

Hi again,

On Mon, 2006-12-18 at 14:27 -0500, Joe Shaw wrote:
> On Sun, 2006-12-17 at 06:17 +0100, Stephan Hegel wrote:
> > Debug: *** Add '/home/steve' '.viminfo.tmp' (file)
> > Debug: *** Remove '/home/steve' '.viminfo' (file)
> > Debug: Could not resolve unique id of '.viminfo' in '/home/steve' for removal, it is probably already gone
> > Debug: *** Move '/home/steve' '.viminfo.tmp' -> '/home/steve' '.viminfo' (file)
> These are notifications of inotify events.  Beagle always receives these
> for directories it watches.  It's the exclude patterns that determine
> whether or not they're indexed.  (BTW, dotfiles are never indexed by
> default, so your exclude patterns aren't necessary.)

By the way, the messages in the logs that indicate what items are
actually indexed look like this:

        Debug: +file:///home/steve/foo
Those are the ones that are displayed when the data is actually written
into the index.  The others are file notifications, and usually result
in indexing.


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