Re: GSoc 2007 Weekly report (Browser Extension Rewrite)


Tao, I doubt it, but if there was, it would certainly be on the wiki. You may want to write one though. ;-)


On 6/2/07, Tao Fei < filia tao gmail com> wrote:
Thanks a lot.
It seems I didn't read the code carefully enough. :)
But I'm wondering weather there are any document that talking about
such kind of things .

2007/6/2, Lukas Lipka < lukaslipka gmail com>:
> Hi!
> All the files in ~/.beagle/ToIndex get handled by our
> IndexingServiceQueryable. How this queryable works is that the ToIndex
> directory is monitored by inotify and every time you drop a file in there,
> it gets handled by the queryable itself and indexed.
> Alongside with the actual file to index you drop in a metadata file
> (sidecar) which defines the URI, HitType, MimeType and properties of the
> file you want to index. The metadata filename is prefixed with a '.' (so if
> you want to index " foo.html", the metadata filename is ".foo.html").
> Structure of the metadata file:
> * 1.line - URI
> * 2.line - HitType
> * 3. line - MimeType
> * All following lines are properties in "t:key=value" format
> Hope that helps! ;-)
> Best,
> Lukas

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