2010/6/13 Mikkel Kamstrup Erlandsen <mikkel.kamst...@gmail.com>:
> I think that MostUsedDirectories is not what we want. I was assuming it
> would be Most/LeastRecentOrigin and Most/LeastPopularOrigin.

Well, again, I believe "origin" as what it is now (ie. dirname(uri))
should not be exposed in the API (if we implement this sorting it may
make sense to keep it in the DB for performance reasons, though). The
only still legitimate use for having it in the API is asking for stuff
in a particular directory excluding subdirectories (since
uri="~/foo/*" matches files for subdirectories of "foo" ), but IMHO we
should find another way to solve this.

Tracking recent directories
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Bug description:
This is a feature request, please reassign wherever you see fit :-)

Currently recent files are tracked as items. Recent directories would also be 
useful to track.

E.g. I edit files in geany, compile code that produce an executable that need 
to be debugged in Nemiver. When Nemiver is opened it would save a lot of time 
if the directory was available under a "recent directories" heading somewhere.


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