Re: case-sensitivity in searches?

Hi dBera,

--On Monday, February 16, 2009 07:26:07 AM -0500 D Bera <dbera web gmail com> wrote:

Search is not (supposed to be) case-sensitive. Can you double check ?

Sure, I did a simple search on a filename:

$ /usr/bin/time beagle-query Reconnaissance --verbose
Returned latest 4 results out of total 4 matches
 Uri: file:///home/user/Reconnaissance.z8
PaUri: (null)
Snip: (null)
Type: File
MimeT: beagle/x-locate-result
 Src: Locate
Score: 1
Time: 2007-08-05 14:10:39 (Utc)
   beagle:ExactFilename = 'Reconnaissance.z8'
   beagle:Filename = 'Reconnaissance'
   beagle:FilenameExtension = '.z8'
   beagle:FileType = 'document'
   beagle:HitType = 'File'
   beagle:MimeType = 'beagle/x-locate-result'
   beagle:NoPunctFilename = 'Reconnaissance'
   beagle:Source = 'Locate'
   beagle:SplitFilename = 'Reconnaissance'
Elapsed time: 1.182s
Total hits: 4
Command terminated by signal 2
0.84user 0.03system 6:55.50elapsed 0%CPU (0avgtext+0avgdata 0maxresident)k
0inputs+200outputs (0major+4595minor)pagefaults 0swaps

but the following search did not return any results:

$ /usr/bin/time beagle-query --stats-only reconnaissance
Elapsed time: 0.706s
Command terminated by signal 2
0.75user 0.04system 1:25.00elapsed 0%CPU (0avgtext+0avgdata 0maxresident)k
0inputs+16outputs (0major+4479minor)pagefaults 0swaps

On a sidenote I am wondering whether beagle-query would eventually exit (by itself - as you can see, I killed both instances)



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