Epiphany Extention Conf [Patch]

configure.ini does not allow the epiphany extension to be built
against the current epiphany, as it wants epiphany 1.8 or 1.6, this
adds support for 2.14, and removes the unused galago checks (as the
current interface does not use them)

On a similar note, I am trying to figure out a better way to index web
content, the current 'as-viewed' solution is a major resource hog and
significantly slows the viewing of pages (especially some of the
ajaxed ones like Gmai).

Unfortunately, the best I can seem to come up with is indexing history
from the firefox profile and its cache/history files. However, they
are complex and in some configurations not guaranteed to be around
very long. However, the current beagle ff extension's only real use is
on demand. (ie I leave it disabled and only index a page if I know I
might want to find it later).

I'm posting a quick question on the mozilla forums[1] if anyone wants
to elaborate or chime in.

[1]* http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewtopic.php?t=395153
Kevin Kubasik
? stamp-h1.in
? stamp-h2.in
? po/.intltool-merge-cache
? po/stamp-it
? wrappers/python/.deps
? wrappers/python/.libs
? wrappers/python/beagle.la
? wrappers/python/beagle.lo
? wrappers/python/beaglemodule.lo
Index: configure.in
RCS file: /cvs/gnome/beagle/configure.in,v
retrieving revision 1.230
diff -r1.230 configure.in
> elif $PKG_CONFIG --exists epiphany-2.14; then
< dnl ----------------------------------------------
< dnl Galago
< PKG_CHECK_MODULES(GALAGO, galago-sharp, enable_galago=yes, enable_galago=no)
< AM_CONDITIONAL(ENABLE_GALAGO, test "x$enable_galago" = "xyes")

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