Re: beagle-query and uri's with spaces

> Thanks for your advice, but regrettably it just doesn't work: Total hits: 0.
> So is this a bug? (I haven't actually found any documentation on what should
> work).
> Can someone tell me how to use beagle-query with the search-term being a
> uri: with spaces (or other funny characters) in it? For example,
> beagle-query actually returns a hit like
> "file:///var/SDRFiles/COMMON/Suppliers/MCS/Price List.xls" - and I want pass
> this back again to beagle-query as a uri: query. Tried many combinations of
> " and \ and %20 but not getting anywhere!
> (If you want to know why, it's because I'm using PHP on a web server to exec
> beagle-query and display simple results, and I'd like a more detailed look
> at the results in some cases. I get the feeling this approach is deprecated,
> but it's starting to work well for indexing the server. Beagle is great!)
> Escaping as %20 (and similar hex encoding for other characters) should work.
> For the web-server you can try the web-interface approach. Some people
> with similar requirements found the web-interface useful.

Double fault!
I was wrong about escaping and there is an extra bug.

I will try to get a patch ready in a few days.

- dBera

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

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