Re: Working With Conduit

> > That about covers it. kkubasik suggested python-beagle, which I have
> > been experimenting with a little bit. Looking very handy so far.
> >
> > I'm going to create a few prototypes and then i'll be back with
> > another part of my plan :-)

Great! Let us know how it goes.

> As you narrow in, there is a good chance we will need more special
> query keywords (or mappings) (you can list all of them with a
> beagle-query --keywords) , so just something to keep in mind as we

The query keywords in beagle-query --keywords are "fancy names for
human beings" :). If you know the internal property name you want to
query (e.g. as displayed by beagle-query) and whether it is a text or
a keyword property (information available only from the source file),
then you can use
(for text properties) property:name=value
(for keyword properties) keyword:name=value
They work for _any_ property. beagle-query --keywords gives a list of
keywords that are mapped to some of the most popular internal property
names and types.

Hope that helps,
- dBera

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

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