r3ddr4gOn wrote: Hm ok than i need to do more testing.
Very funny. This sha1sum bug only happens with my 1GB testfile which i created with dd if=/dev/urandom of=testfile.test
I think it has something to do with the autotagger, which tags the file as mimetype application-octet-stream. I disabled the autotagger in tagsistant.h and now the right sha1sum is calculated
With changing many files i mean if you add a new tag and you have to add that tag to many files. But of course this doesn´t happen very often because of relations.
I don´t know if autotagging with external sources is a good idea if you mean fetching tags from some website for example, because there will be always bad entries and I don´t like that .
The social environment is a cool idea, though i don´t know how that should look like.
Yes I know that I can add multiple tags to a file at once thats really a cool feature
I don´t need a tool to do it but I find it convenient to tag a bunch of files in a GUI and then hit the copy button and do something else. Otherwise I have to tag every file after the other.
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r3ddr4gOn wrote: The named pipe idea sounds great! This would make the effort for the helper application really slim. I think I will try thinking of a good gui design and then post it here. But I have an exam next week so i will have to study most of the time
r3ddr4gOn wrote: It´s me again I just tested with my library and I noticed that my tagged directories get deleted from the database when I mount the tagfs. They somehow get deduplicated because one directory remains and has a hash.
They remain in the archive and when i load a database backup while the tagfs is mounted they are all there again.
Also I wanted to ask if it would be possible to expose the file/directory-basename (e.g. random_file.mp3) to plugins? I know that this would probably break all the plugins, but I have "tagged" my files with a few tags in the filename and it would be cool to autotag them
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