Yeah I would say the best solution is to wait for TaksView

On Fri, Aug 13, 2010 at 4:14 PM, Michal Hruby <michal....@gmail.com>
wrote:

> I also don't think this is a good approach, for one the notifications
> often fire very soon - it might not even be possible to get mimetype of
> the file (not to mention .part-type files), and I'm not so sure the API
> enables you to determine that an operation is a move/copy. You'd
> probably just see a new file somewhere and a while later another file
> disappearing.
>
> IMO it'd be better to wait for this year's TaskView API to mature, and
> we'd just write a data provider which will use its DBus service.
>
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> Monitoring for new files
> https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/602211
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> I  was thinking on how tracker monitors new files to index. Turns out they
> monitor directories using inotify. Recurse XDG dirs and single iterate $HOME
> Does this make sense to us?
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Monitoring for new files
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Status in Zeitgeist Framework: New
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Bug description:
I  was thinking on how tracker monitors new files to index. Turns out they 
monitor directories using inotify. Recurse XDG dirs and single iterate $HOME
Does this make sense to us?



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