Re: [patch] Add a timestamp to metafiles

Am Montag, den 08.08.2005, 20:28 -0500 schrieb Manuel Amador:
> This is awesome...
> ... but shouldn't people be thinking (for the 2.13 cycle) that it's
> about time Nautilus used ext attrs instead of metafiles, wherever it's
> humanly possible?
> El mié, 03-08-2005 a las 10:52 -0400, Joe Shaw escribió:
> > On Wed, 2005-08-03 at 08:58 +0200, Martin Wehner wrote:
> > > Looks fine, feel free to commit.

Good point.
Joe: We should really make a plan on how beagle and nautilus should
integrate for 2.14, specifically wrt indexing/metadata. Are there any
docs online explaining what beagle does when indexing and where it keeps
around its metadata? Maybe it's time for a shared lib which can be used
to set/get metadata for a location, which either uses
~/.nautilus/metafiles or extended attributes where available. Since
Nautilus should provide key-value information to the user in 2.14 [1] in
tooltips or elsewhere, maybe a metdata framework is appropriate, or
Nautilus should somehow use beagle to get/set these.
Any ideas?


Christian Neumair <chris gnome-de org>

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