Re: Epiphany Extention Conf [Patch]

On 3/20/06, Joe Shaw <joeshaw novell com> wrote:
> Hi,
> On Sun, 2006-03-19 at 12:17 -0500, Kevin Kubasik wrote:
> > 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)
> Can you confirm that the extension builds and works against 2.14 as well
> as the previous versions?

I can confirm 2.14 is successful, nothing about the earlier versions.

> Also, we can disable the Galago check for now, but please don't remove
> it; it'll probably come back at some point in the future.
> If it works, feel free to commit.
> > 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).
> It should be converted to using the inotify-based indexing service
> method.  The Firefox extension was moved over some time ago.  It has
> very little resource overhead and has the benefit of batching up changes
> when you view web pages but the beagle daemon isn't running.

Since FF 2.0 is using an Sqlite3 db to store all history/bookmark info
as opposed to the current cryptic mork system, we could look into
indexing from that.....
> If you wanted to change it to be off by default and somehow have an
> "index this page" that would be a nice thing to have for both browsers'
> extensions.
> Joe

Kevin Kubasik

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