Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 4th Nov 2005 14:37 UTC, submitted by Massimo
Gnome Imendio improves Nautilus on the Novell desktop by providing support for integrated Beagle search functionality. Imendio developed the low level integration and implemented the user interface design from the specifications supplied by Novell. This has resulted in the ability for GNOME users to search for files and folders using their standard file management tool. The results are available in the Nautilus branch called nautilus-search.
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Mono and Beagle
by on Fri 4th Nov 2005 20:34 UTC

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I use f-spot, banshee and tomboy and they all feel just as fast as other GTK apps. I wouldn't blame Mono for any slowdowns caused by Beagle, but keep in mind that Beagle is still beta software and that it's a file indexer. If you have an old computer you probably have a slow hard disk too...

Anyway, it was a great surprise to see this. I hope it's in the Nautilus 2.14 release (as an optional feature of course, as Nautilus can't depend on Beagle yet), so at least distributors like SUSE and Ubuntu can enable it by default easily.

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RE: Mono and Beagle
by on Fri 4th Nov 2005 21:44 in reply to "Mono and Beagle"
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There isn't a speed problem with mono per say. The Beagle problem - It punches you in the face, takes your lunch money and eats all your memory.

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