Re: Nautilus search, memory usage, hidden files, webinterface

> > > 3. Beagle indexes dot-files- and directories. Is this a new feature?
> > > Why? Was there a discussion on the list about this?
> >
> > Are you sure about this one ? dot-files and directories should not be
> > indexed! Do you get those in search results ?
> Pretty much so. I thought it was very strange. For obvious reasons I
> had to create an exclude pattern for ~/.beagle. Still I suspect this
> causes some havoc for me.
> bh lifebook34:config$ beagle-query i7sfifd9.default
> Debug: Done reading conf from /home/bh/.beagle/config/Daemon.xml
> Debug: Done reading conf from /etc/beagle/config-files/Daemon.xml
> file:///home/bh/.bash_history
> file:///home/bh/.mozilla/firefox/i7sfifd9.default
> ...

You are using the test tarball or latest svn trunk right ? And you did do a 
make install after you built ? One of the earlier config files had an error 
which was not excluding the dot files and directories - but that was fixed 
later. I have a feeling that somehow the old file is still in effect in your 
case. Could you do a fresh make install, remove/move your current config and 
then check ?
$ beagle-config FilesQueryable ExcludePattern
  - ExcludePattern : (Exclude files matching these patters)
    Parameters: [Pattern]
        - [.*]
        - [*~]
        - [#*#]

The first one should be there...

- dBera

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

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