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kio-locate

   0.4.5  

KDE Improvement

Score 78%
kio-locate
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 3.2.x
Downloads:  16304
Submitted:  Oct 21 2004
Updated:  Oct 20 2005

Description:

kio-locate is a KDE I/O Slave for the locate command. This means that you can use kio-locate by simply typing in konquerors address box.

You can e.g. type "locate:index.html" to find all files that contain "index.html" in their name. There's even more: You can use kio-locate in all KDE applications, that accept URLs. Just take a look at the screenshots.

Many thanks to Tobi Vollebregt who has been improving kio-locate as a participant of Googles "Summer of Code". Thank you very much!




Changelog:

kio-locate (0.4.5) 2006-02-05 -- Armin Straub

* Search hits with non-ascii characters in the file name always showed up
with invalid size/owner/group information (fixed by Johan Billing).
* kio-locate should now compile with gcc-4.1_beta (fixed by Jan Jitse
Venselaar).
* Updated to bksys 1.5.1.


kio-locate (0.4.4) 2005-10-19 -- Armin Straub

+ Warn if locate (or whatever is selected) is not installed (suggested
by Axel K. Braun).
* Use slocate and rlocate as default when available (suggested by Nicolas
Degand).
* Closed a bug preventing the display of items having the same prefix
(reported by Takis).




LicenseGPL
(0.4.5 source)
Debian(0.4.5 debian sid)
(older versions)
(0.4.2tvo0.2 kubuntu hoary)
(0.4.3 RPM Fedora Core 4 (thanks to ociomax))
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 YOU HAVE TO GET THIS

 
 by Exigentsky on: Apr 12 2005
 
Score 50%

This is an awesome KIO-PLUGIN and it is extremely useful and versatile. Keep uup the great work on it.

But, I think you should have grander expectations for it. You could help many more people if this was part of the standard KDE.

So please, pretty please :p propose thi inclusion of kio-locate in KDE 3.5. It would be amazing and definitely among the killer features of KDE 3.5.

This is your chance to get famous! :p In al seriousness, please try to get this in 3.5.


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 Question

 
 by kwr2k on: Apr 12 2005
 
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Hi:
How do I force the search from my home directory? The tips on your home page are not in English. Besides I tried ~/pattern but did not work.

Thanks.


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 Re: Question

 
 by arminstraub on: Apr 12 2005
 
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@ How do I force the search from my home directory?

You can indeed use locate:~/pattern if this is what you want. But then pattern is only matched as first item under home. So you might try
>> locate:~/*pattern*
or
>> locate:~/+pattern+
if konqueror refuses to work with the star.

@ The tips on your home page are not in English.

Everything related to kio-locate should have been translated.


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 Group Search Results

 
 by zammi on: May 11 2005
 
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Hi, Is it possible to group search result by type (Ex: Picture, Music, Documents, Program..etc) and collapse them under a Icon and Text which represent the group.

Ex:
Pictures
|___A.gif
|___B.png

Documents
|___R.txt
|___S.pdf


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 While typing search

 
 by zammi on: May 11 2005
 
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Hi, Could it be posible to add the "While typing search" like facility that can be found in applications like Mozilla Thunderbird. By the way how to enable this to be Konq's default search engine ( So that I dont have to type locate: )


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 Re: While typing search

 
 by arminstraub on: May 18 2005
 
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>> Hi, Could it be posible to add the "While typing search" like facility that can be found in applications like Mozilla Thunderbird.

This ain't possible as only konqueror knows about what is typed, but the kioslaves don't.

>> By the way how to enable this to be Konq's default search engine ( So that I dont have to type locate: )

Settings, Configure..., Web Shortcuts, Default Search Engine


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 Case sensitivity fix

 
 by Yama on: May 14 2005
 
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I'm running Gentoo, and I noticed that kio-locate 0.3.4 and 0.4.0 are always in case-sensitive mode. In fact, it is impossible to force kio-locate to make a case-insensitive search, even with 0.3.4's ilocate function.

The solution I found (for 0.4.0) is to edit the src/locater.cpp source file. Move down to line 53, which reads

  m_process << "--ignore-case";

Change this to read:

  m_process << "-i";

At least on Gentoo, there is no --ignore-case modifier for slocate.


Which came first, the language or the compiler?
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 Re: Case sensitivity

 
 by Yama on: May 14 2005
 
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I have been told that this is normal behaviour when one substitutes locate for slocate. slocate does not have --ignore-case.


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 Re: Re: Case sensitivity

 
 by arminstraub on: May 18 2005
 
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As locate seems to support -i, too, I will change this.


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 Filter sensitivity

 
 by Yama on: May 15 2005
 
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At the command line, if I want to filter the results of locate I use grep. One important element of this is that the case sensitivity of these two commands are distinctly separate. If I run "locate -i searchterm | grep FilterTerm" and "locate SearchTerm | grep -i filterterm" I will get different results.

In kio-locate, the case sensitivity of terms and filters appear to be combined. I would like to be able to type "locate:searchterm /home/user/Directory" into the Konqueror location bar and have a case insensitive search for "searchterm" be made in the "/home/user/Directory" directory. Instead, the capital "D" in the filter turns the entire query into a case-sensitive search, even though "searchterm" is completely in lower case. A workaround would be to convert "/home/user/Directory" into lower-case, but that is hardly intuitive and it would not work if the search term contained any upper-case letters (since that would make the filters case-sensitive as well).

The solution, from what I can see, is to make the filters independent of the search term, much in the same way that grep is distinct from locate.


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 Re: Filter sensitivity

 
 by arminstraub on: May 18 2005
 
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>> The solution, from what I can see, is to make the filters independent of the search term, much in the same way that grep is distinct from locate.

I think this solution will be very fine. I will change it.


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