nautilus with tracker support?
John Richard Moser
nigelenki at comcast.net
Mon Jan 16 22:59:51 GMT 2006
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Corey Burger wrote:
> On 1/16/06, Evandro Fernandes Giovanini <evandrofg at ig.com.br> wrote:
>>Em Seg, 2006-01-16 às 15:14 +0100, MadMan2k escreveu:
>>>I just read the nautilus 2.13.4 changelog, and it says that it has
>>>Tracker support now.
>>>Since Beagle wont be included because of Mono and the Nautilus search is
>>>quite slow without an indexer, perhaps Tracker might be a solution...
> Given the memory issues both Beagle and its KDE counterpart have run
> into (something inherent in doing things with lots and lots of data),
Inherant? Memory usage? You don't have to cache everything in the
universe; doing things with lots and lots of data can be done with SQL
data tables, utilizing disk storage and very little memory. ;)
> I don't think I want to use a *less* mature search backend.
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