Sounds like a useful feature to me.
On Wed, Jun 4, 2014 at 7:49 AM, Patrik Nilsson <nipatriknils...@gmail.com>
> Hi All,
> Feedback wanted of an idea.
> I love to put all files that belongs to an idea into the attachment
> folder of the wiki-tree. Most of the time this works fine, but sometimes
> files get indexed that shouldn't f.x. source-files of a programming
> One solution is to put a ".zimconfig" into each folder that havn't the
> default setting. This can be if spell check language is different from
> default, or you don't want to scan a directory into the wiki.
> Attacted is one example of how not-to-scan-directory can be. When
> ".zimconfig" exists in the attachment folder, the folder is not scanned.
> ".zimconfig" can be more specific of configuration, i.e. "ignoredir" or
> "language="", in later implementations.
> The attached example does not delete pages which are in the database. It
> only doesn't scan new ones. To test first delete the database in
> Is it a feature we want?
> Best regards,
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