Re: Archive filtering problem

I've fixed my local system for testing, the output is attached below.
Hope it's what you want, especially the "Content:" 'cause the archive
file is not really skipped ...
beagle-extract-content /home/steve/www/Graphics/Blender/Blender3d_SIGGRAPH2005_DVDRip.avi.bz2

Quick tip: Use beagle-extract-content --show-children filename
to filter archive and its contents (in this case the avi file).
Otherwise, it just filters the archive.

Filename: file:///home/steve/www/Graphics/Blender/Blender3d_SIGGRAPH2005_DVDRip.avi.bz2
Debug: Loaded 55 filters from /usr/local/lib/beagle/Filters/Filters.dll
Debug: 10 meg threshold hit, skipping over /home/steve/www/Graphics/Blender/Blender3d_SIGGRAPH2005_DVDRip.avi.bz2
Filter: Beagle.Filters.FilterArchive (determined in 11.05s)
MimeType: application/x-bzip

   Timestamp = 2005-08-06 04:29:54 (Utc)
   beagle:FileType = archive


The file is actually skipped. If you used --show-children you would
notice it. Another thing, the names of the files are stored as
"content" of the archive file, so that files can be searched by names
inside achives. Hmm... time to add a page for beagle-extract-content
to the wiki.

PS: Beagle man pages are either outdated or do not exist for a lot of
beagle related programs. Somebody even opened a bug for that. The wiki
is somewhat more recent but still needs a lot of documentation. Anyone
interested in turning "--help" to manuals or wiki pages ?

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

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