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Package: krusader
Version: 1.70.0-1
Severity: minor
Tags: fixed-upstream


when I search for text in my files, the search is really slow --
more than 7x slower than fgrep.

The CVS version fixes this, it would be nice to see the fix
in the package.

BTW does it pay off not to use the whoever-after-the-Aho-Corasick-
one-word-only-algorithm-is-called algorithm in favor of QString::find?

   Jiri Palecek

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Version: 1.80.0-1


This bug was fixed in krusader 1.80.0 uploaded into the archive some months
ago. For your info, krusader 1.90.0 is being uploaded today.


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