Markus, I had a similar idea to begin with, but I don't think that works
for the general case of launching app X with a list of N uris (N=0, 1,
2, 3, ...). To me it would be ugly if launching an app without uri args
is different than launching an app with N uris.
Alternatively we log first the "launch executable" event and then an
access event with N subjects for that actor. I don't think that's very
nice modelling though, and it's not nice to query for clients either...
Refuses to log events without subjects
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Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/share/zeitgeist/_zeitgeist/engine/main.py", line 497, in
return self._insert_event(event, sender)
File "/usr/share/zeitgeist/_zeitgeist/engine/main.py", line 508, in
raise ValueError("Illegal event format: No subject")
ValueError: Illegal event format: No subject
If I send it an event without a subject. The reason why I am doing that is
because I am trying to log whenever an app is launched. Like for instance when
I launch the Gnome calculator. This way I can have "most popular apps" listings
and what not :-)
So my request: Can we lax the requirement for events to have a subject?
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