Re: cannot find files with extension bug?

Hi Joost,

> According to I should be able
> to search for documents with a certain extension that contain a certain
> word or phrase:
> ...
> Search in .Extension: Use extension:abc or ext:abc or .abc to search
> among documents with .abc extension.
> ..
> No matter the syntax I use, I cannot find any documents that have an
> extension like .[Jj]ava that contain a certain word. It seems to work
> for .pdf and .doc files.
> Is this a bug or by design?

Certainly not by design. Also it works for me!
Couple of questions: Did this start occurring at any particular release of 
beagle ? While beagled is running, could you touch the java file and see if 
you get results back. 

If you built beagle from source, could you paste the highly verbose output of
$ cd /path/to/beagle/source
$ cd beagled
$ ./beagle-dump-index /path/to/some/

> BTW: can I change (or disable) the auto search time between the end of
> typing and the start of the query in the graphical "Beagle
> Search" (without recompiling Beagle)? I type (or think;-) slow and the
> query takes off far too soon.

Please file an enhancement bug in bugzilla.

- dBera

Debajyoti Bera @
beagle / KDE fan
Mandriva / Inspiron-1100 user

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