Amadeus W.M. wrote:
>> Too bad my nautilus is not tracker-enabled. I hope it will be
>> and I hope tracker will come standard.
> In Fedora 7, nautilus is indeed tracker enabled. It checks at runtime
> whether tracker is installed and uses it in preference to Beagle.
Excellent decision! Do you happen to know the differences under the hood
between beagle and tracker? Why does tracker do what it does with far
less cpu power? I remember beagle had something to do with mono?
Tracker supports less formats for metadata searches than Beagle and is
written in C while Beagle is written in mono.