Desktop search engine.
GNU stalkerfs is a desktop search engine which gathers metadata not only from the underlying filesystem(s) but also from files themselves. This way it enables the user to find files using full-text search or special-attributes search, like using the interpreter of a shell script. It also supports file-tagging which enables the user to mark files with tags and access those through a special directory structure.
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released on 2 June 2007
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5 January 2019
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