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==Features==
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==Features==  
Kerry is a front-end for Beagle, the search tool that indexes all your data, making the data inside documents as easy to find as file names.
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'''Kerry''' is a front-end for '''Beagle''', the search tool that indexes all your data, making the data inside documents as easy to find as file names.
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* You decide which directories you want indexed
 
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* You can search by extension, using, for instance, ext:jpg
 
* You can search by extension, using, for instance, ext:jpg
  
Visit '''[http://en.opensuse.org/Kerry the project's home page]''' for more information.
 
  
The '''[http://developer.kde.org/~binner/kerry/ screenshot gallery]''' gives a useful overview.
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Visit [http://old-en.opensuse.org/Kerry the project's home page] for more information.
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The [http://developer.kde.org/~binner/kerry/ screenshot gallery] gives a useful overview.
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Latest revision as of 13:50, 26 May 2012


Kerry-result.png
 

The whole of your data at your fingertips

Features

Kerry is a front-end for Beagle, the search tool that indexes all your data, making the data inside documents as easy to find as file names.


  • You decide which directories you want indexed
  • Indexing can be done in the background
  • After initial indexing, it is almost unnoticeable
  • Indexing can be paused while cpu-intensive tasks need the resources
  • Searching is case-insensitive
  • OR can be used for option searches
  • Phrases can be used, within quotes, e.g. "There be dragons"
  • Words or phrases can be excluded by using a minus, e.g. -cats
  • You can search by extension, using, for instance, ext:jpg


Visit the project's home page for more information.


The screenshot gallery gives a useful overview.


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