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beagle KIO slave


KDE Improvement

Score 70%
beagle KIO slave

beagle KIO slave

beagle KIO slave

Link:  http://
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  2006
Submitted:  Aug 30 2005
Updated:  May 13 2008


Beagle is a lucene-based desktop search tool written in Mono. kio-beagle is a kio-slave to perform beagle query.
Beagle kio-slave allows users to query beagle in konqueror, open_file dialog box or Alt-F2-command-line.

This is a KDE4 port of the earlier kio-beagle-0.3.1 and requires beagle-0.3.x. Several new features were added including
* save queries as .desktop files
* easy access to help file
* provide easy way to start or stop beagle or run beagle-settings

* kde-4.0.2
* beagle-0.3.0

Visit http://beagle-project.org for information on beagle.


* Update for 0.4.0 release.
* Add support for CPack based dist tarballs.
* Cleanups, fixes (handle archive results).
* Feature: Option to save queries as desktop files.
* Feature: Show help files in beagle:/
* Feature: Show beagle related tools (starting, stopping beagled and beagle-settings) in beagle:/

* port to KDE4 by Stephan Binner

* Added some more i18n() strings to allow translations.
* Dont hardcode beagle-include path.

* Updated kio-slave to work with current beagle API.
* Added proper handling of emails, applications, feeds,

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 Very cool

 by tvon on: Dec 19 2005
Score 50%

I was just poking around to see how I might hack some konqueror/beagle magic and I ran across this. Very nice.

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 compile error

 by dbreckenridge on: Jan 7 2006
Score 50%

I downloaded this source. I have beagle 0.1.5 from cvs running on SuSE 10.0. When I try to run ./configure I get:

"configure: error: cannot find sources (acinclude.m4) in . or .."

Any idea what the problem might be. I think running a beagle query through a Konqueror query would be so cool because when I find the file/e-mail/web link that I want Konqueror will open the default application for that type. I won't have to let beagle open what it wants to use.



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 Re: compile error

 by dbera on: Jan 7 2006
Score 50%

That looks like some kind of autotools error (autoconf/autpmake stuff...). Did you run ./autogen.sh first (you said you are using beagle CVS checkout, right ?)

Also, if you are looking for KDE client for beagle (to use KDE applications to open search results), search for 'yabi' in kde-apps.org.

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 Re: Re: compile error

 by spookster on: Feb 24 2006
Score 50%

I get exactly the same thing, and I'm using the 0.2 tarball (as the other poster also said he was). The tarball is broken (or at least the INSTALL instructions are wrong, but the former is much more likely).

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 Re: Re: Re: compile

 by dbera on: Feb 26 2006
Score 50%

Ahh... its a cvs checkout. Try running
$ make -f Makefile.cvs
first, followed by ./configure etc.
Writing from memory, so I am not sure.
Good luck,
- d.

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 beagle 0.2.1 support

 by lefou on: Feb 24 2006
Score 50%

Does kio-beagle 0.2 support beagle 0.2.1?

I want to compile kio-beagle-0.2 on Gentoo (and make the ebuild open, of course) but get the following error message:

beaglesearch.cpp: In static member function `static QString* BeagleSearch::get_uri_from_feed_hit(BeagleHit*)':
beaglesearch.cpp:114: error: `beagle_hit_get_property' undeclared (first use this function)
beaglesearch.cpp:114: error: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once for each function it appears in.)
beaglesearch.cpp: In static member function `static void BeagleSearch::hits_added_cb(BeagleQuery*, BeagleHitsAddedResponse*)':
beaglesearch.cpp:131: error: `beagle_hit_get_property' undeclared (first use this function)

Could that be caused by the newer beagle version (0.2.1 instead of 0.1.5)?

What do you think, how much work would it be for you to check and fix this?

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 building kio beagle

 by dbera on: Feb 24 2006
Score 50%

Hi all,
kio-beagle wont build with the latest beagle (0.2.1). There was some change in beagle api which caused this. While this isnt difficult to fix, I am working with the developer of kwest to write a better kio-slave for clucene and beagle. The project is named "kwest" and its near the point of a release. kwest will provide bettern beagle experience, with increased robustness, ability to save searches and more query options.
I will link kwest release announcement here too ... so keep watching this space.
Till then, thanks for your patience.

- dBera

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 Gentoo ebuild

 by lefou on: Mar 12 2006
Score 50%

Hi Gentoo'ers,

an ebuild for kio-beagle, that works with beagle 0.2.x can be found here:

Note: To compile kio-beagle agains the api changes in newer beagle versions I borrowed two patches from the suse guys, so credit goes to them.

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 by benjaminisant on: May 17 2006
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You are doing a beagle frontend for kde
beagle is itself a frontend of lucene for gnome...

kiolucene (http://kioclucene.objectis.net/) does it directly

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