Re: [Tracker] Feedback for 0.5.0

Laurent Aguerreche wrote:
Le samedi 21 octobre 2006 à 10:41 +0100, Erlend Davidson a écrit :
On 20 Oct 2006, at 10:02, Mikkel Kamstrup Erlandsen wrote:

2006/10/20, Jamie McCracken <jamiemcc blueyonder co uk>:
        Erlend Davidson wrote:
        >>> What does tracker-search-tool actually require in terms
        >>> dependencies?  Would gnome-desktop do?
        >> gnome-desktop gnome-vfs and gconf including dev packages 
        > Is it possible to make any of the gnome-stuff optional, or
        is it better
        > that other desktop-environments just write their own GUI's
        that use
        > tracker's API (or command-line interface)?
        the gnome stuff is optional - it wont build it if you dont
        have the

It could be cool to have a small qt4 demo app in the tree too.
Perhaps I should look a bit into that (as if I had any time -
bleh!). Anyways, could be cool - if I am correctly informed the qt
dbus bindings should be relatively stable no? 
It might help adoption of your program, if you get the kde users

I totally agree with you!
I'm actually an Xfce user, using the tracker-search-tool.  I experience
two bugs:
1. I cannot open files by double-clicking on them in the search-tool, I get:
"There is no viewer capable of displaying the document"
Gnome doesn't know which viewer to use :-(, however I'm not sure how to
fix this.

2. I cannot use the open-folder feature because I do not have nautilus
installed.  Would it be possible to use xdg-utils so that
tracker-search-tool doesn't depend on a particular file-manager?

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