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beagle KIO slave

   0.4.0  

KDE Improvement

Score 70%
beagle KIO slave
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Link:  http://
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  2002
Submitted:  Aug 30 2005
Updated:  May 13 2008

Description:

Beagle is a lucene-based desktop search tool written in Mono. kio-beagle is a kio-slave to perform beagle query.
Beagle kio-slave allows users to query beagle in konqueror, open_file dialog box or Alt-F2-command-line.

This is a KDE4 port of the earlier kio-beagle-0.3.1 and requires beagle-0.3.x. Several new features were added including
* save queries as .desktop files
* easy access to help file
* provide easy way to start or stop beagle or run beagle-settings

Requirements:
* kde-4.0.2
* beagle-0.3.0

Visit http://beagle-project.org for information on beagle.




Changelog:

0.4.0
* Update for 0.4.0 release.
* Add support for CPack based dist tarballs.
* Cleanups, fixes (handle archive results).
* Feature: Option to save queries as desktop files.
* Feature: Show help files in beagle:/
* Feature: Show beagle related tools (starting, stopping beagled and beagle-settings) in beagle:/

0.3.90
* port to KDE4 by Stephan Binner

0.3.1
* Added some more i18n() strings to allow translations.
* Dont hardcode beagle-include path.

0.3
* Updated kio-slave to work with current beagle API.
* Added proper handling of emails, applications, feeds,




LicenseGPL
Source(kio_beagle-0.4.0.tar.gz)
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 for help on beagle

 
 by dbera on: Aug 30 2005
 
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beagle is getting included in most distributions. But it is in a rapid development stage - so there might be some problems in installing and running it. The best place to check (apart from their web-site and mailing list) is the irc channel #dashboard on irc.gimp.net


- dBera
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 Corrupt Archive

 
 by nuka on: Aug 31 2005
 
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there is something wrogn with the archive. can you repackage it?


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 Re: Corrupt Archive

 
 by dbera on: Aug 31 2005
 
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It seems to work for me. Anyway, adding an external link:
http://cs-people.bu.edu/dbera/blogdata/kio_beagle-0.2.tar.gz

MD5sum
66ad8ac6ee0add0a4be74279ab7d4934 kio_beagle-0.2.tar.gz


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 why beagle?

 
 by collinm on: Aug 31 2005
 
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kat exist... why should use beagle


www.laboiteaprog.com
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 Re: why beagle?

 
 by dbera on: Aug 31 2005
 
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nobody is forcing you to :-).
seriously, its the free software world - like it use it, dont like it find something else or write your own.


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 great idea

 
 by hili on: Aug 31 2005
 
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I like your app very much. Please go on!



A great feature would be to make virtual folders for saved searches (like KMail does).
So if someone is searching for all documents containing a specific word, he just klicks on this folder and gets the results. With each search you will get a new virtual folder. If you like it, keep the folder. If you do not need the search results just delete it.
So if I type beagle:/ I can see all my saved searches as folder. If I will start a new search I just type beagle:/whatever



Users can then even have everything sortet in virtual folders, like:


  • documents (doc,sxw,otd, etc)

  • pictures

  • sounds

  • textfiles

  • pdfs

  • html-files




This would be a great step towards non hierarchical filesystem (without needing such a filesystem :-) )


Marcel
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 Re: great idea

 
 by espinosa707 on: Aug 31 2005
 
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Look at projects

Kio_clucene
http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=23874

Kat - Desktop Search Environment
http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=22135

..the functionality is already there


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 Re: Re: great idea

 
 by hili on: Aug 31 2005
 
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I knew about Kat, but it's just 'another app'. Integration within Konqueror is better (I think). Also Beagle works much faster for me, than Kat.

kio_clucene I didn't know. This seems to be great, too (see my comment).


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 kio-clucene

 
 by espinosa707 on: Aug 31 2005
 
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Are you aware of kio-clucene?
http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=23874

It's based on Lucene (C++ port of Lucene) the same backend like Begle. So it provides the same searching capablities. But it has
much less dependencies (no Mono, no inotify ...), the code is more mature and additional features, like saving results to virtual folders.

I can see only ONE advantage of your project, Beagle is capable of automatic indexing (based on inotify).

Would you mind to work cooperatively on one project to make it more polished, to add NEW features - like automatic indexing or share document plugins with KAT - instead of creating new competing project?

There is too much duplicated projects with the same aim (or nearly the same):
Gwenview vs. ShowImg
Kaffeine vs. KMPlayer vs. KPlayer
etc. etc.


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 Re: kio-clucene

 
 by hili on: Aug 31 2005
 
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Thats a good idea. Please make beagle:/ and kio_clucene:/ one project and work togheter. You can still support both search engines, beagle and lucene, but one kio-slave would be makes easier for users.


Nevertheless from the point of usability, the kioslave should have a name which is easier to remark, e.g. find:/ or search:/


Marcel
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 Re: Re: kio-clucene

 
 by espinosa707 on: Aug 31 2005
 
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Beagle and Kio_lucene really USE THE SAME SEARCH ENGINE!!! Lucene!

Lucene it a mature Java project with a port to C++ and Mono, they are like one-egg twins. Kio-lucene uses C++ port and Beagle uses Mono port. Guess which is quicker ;-)

See:
http://lucene.apache.org/java/docs/index.html
http://www.dotlucene.net/
http://clucene.sourceforge.net/


Beangle is a just layer above Lucene. Layer which offers:
1) integration with Gnome
2) gnome app for viewing results
3) automatic background indexing
(using kernel inotify)
4) smart recognition of already indexed
files using extended file attributes

1 and 2) we don't need in KDE. Kio_Lucene already offers this for KDE/Konqueror

3 and 4) cool features, but should be implemented in KDE/KIO using KDED service (configurable from KCenter) + KDirWatch (can use inotify, if present in kernel) for checking file changes.
This feature should stay optional, as many user, including me, prefers manual index creation (or a Cron job).

As I can see, Beagle gets much more better propagation. Kio_lucene is nearly unknown.

BTW: Beagle also depends on filesystem extended attributes. Not all filesystems support them (FAT,NTFS,..) and even ext3 in many distributions is set not to use them by default.

This is from FAQ:

Do I really need extended attributes? Isn't there a fallback in place?

Yes, this is possible using an sqlite-based fallback. However, using this as the primary store is very slow, so using extended attributes is recommended.


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 Re: Re: Re: kio-cluc

 
 by suslik on: Aug 31 2005
 
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As I can see, Beagle gets much more better propagation. Kio_lucene is nearly unknown.

One possible reason kio-lucene is less used - the name: difficult to remember and means nothing, spell and so on. I always have to guess/remember what the hell the name was. (lucien, lucern, lucent, lumen, lament etc.)

I use kio-locate cause it's, well "locate:/"

so far beagle is easier to recall than "cement", err.. "clement", err.. you know what I mean.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: kio-

 
 by espinosa707 on: Sep 1 2005
 
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Yes, you are right. "protocol" name should change to something like "search:/" as someone suggested. Try to bother author.

But indeed it's not matter of the name. Beagle as a project is much better known.
It's really slightly more older a propably mature but kio_clucene is utterly uknown.


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 Re: Re: Re: kio-clucene

 
 by dbera on: Aug 31 2005
 
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Valid points. A few minor comments: 1 & 2) They are not really true. Beagle is more of a search backend - they do have a gecko-based frontend (but you can also search using your webbrowser like Google Desktop Search). As for opening files, they *generally* use gnome-mimetype information to open hits but they can use KDE apps too (the version shipped in NLD does that). 3 & 4) With inotify and extended attributes things become real fast. And with current kernel having inotify and all modern filesystems having extended_attr, they are a very minimal minimum_requirement. If you dont like beagle indexing automatically, there are well defined tools and settings available to do manual indexing, indexing only certain directories etc. A side point: beagle has its strength in indexing desktop content. It can index files no doubt, allow searching among indexes over network, allows searching of contacts/appointments, weblogs, allows searching of browser history pages. I am not saying they are unique to beagle or cant be implemented in others, its just that beagle is in a quite mature stage now. Last of all, I am in contact with kio_clucene project guys and am trying to use his well written interface to search beagle index. If there is any second release of beagle-kio, it will in form of kio_clucene. Wish me luck.


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 Some package problem

 
 by andreacm on: Oct 6 2005
 
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Hi There! This is my first post!! I'm trying to compile kio_slave, but at 'configure' time, i receive this message: "configure: error: cannot find sources (acinclude.m4) in . or ..". What hell is going on here? Thank u very much!

Andrea


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 Re: Some package problem

 
 by helmerj on: Dec 2 2005
 
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run this before the ./configure command:

make -f Makefile.cvs

after that run ./configure; make ; make install

J.


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