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Strigi is normally run as a background daemon that can be accessed by many other programs at once. In addition to the daemon, Strigi comes with powerful replacements for the popular unix commands 'find' and 'grep'. These are called 'deepfind' and 'deepgrep' and can search inside files just like the strigi daemon can.
Strigi Overview Strigi is a fast and light desktop search engine. It can handle a large range of file formats such as emails, office documents, media files, and file archives. It can index files that are embedded in other files. This means email attachments and files in zip files are searchable as if they were normal files on your harddisk. Strigi is normally run as a background daemon that can more»
0.7.0 - Change to Nepomuk ontologies (Evgeny Egorochkin) - Set file property for embedded ar streams. This fixes the opening of these streams in archivereader. - Instead of reading each .rdf file at once in memory and then parse it, use the libxml2 I/O API to read chunks of the file when requested. - The attribute value is not '\0' terminated but has a pointer to the end of the string. In addi more»
- fix this: set indexdir='' in daemon.conf, now strigidaemon crashes on an exception - fix this: echo "hello world" > test && xmlindexer test |grep world - maintain the version number and check in kdelibs for the right version number - convert 'char' to 'signed char' everywhere for maemo compiler - documentation ( complete apidox ) - clean up the old tutorials (they're a little confusing at the more»
Jos van den Oever <firstname.lastname@example.org> Ben van Klinken <email@example.com> Flavio Castelli <mi more»
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