Re: [Tracker] Releasing Tracker 0.6.90
- From: Carlos Garnacho <carlos imendio com>
- To: jamie mccrack gmail com
- Cc: Tracker mailing list <tracker-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: [Tracker] Releasing Tracker 0.6.90
- Date: Tue, 03 Feb 2009 16:56:42 +0100
On mar, 2009-02-03 at 13:28 +0100, Carlos Garnacho wrote:
2*) Moving a file into another directory caused the file to no longer be
searchable. Also when renaming a directory a search on the new name only
finds the changed directory name but none of its files or subfolders.
Tracker should always return a hit if part of the path of a file
matches! (as per 0.6.6)
Working on that.
For the first case, could you tell me a way to reproduce this? are both
directories monitored? moving single files just works for me.
As for moving directories, I've noticed that, meanwhile in the DB all
paths for children are updated accordingly, in the index it's just the
base directory being moved which is updated, so if you search for the
new folder name, all children won't have any reference to that string in
The best solution I can think about is making tracker-indexer handle
recursive (re)move operations itself, so it can perform operations in
the index as children are handled. This would also help making pause
work in the middle of these operations, any opinions?
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