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MetaTracker

Not to be confused with Tracker (music software).
Meta Tracker
Stable release 0.16.2 / July 31, 2013; 11 months ago (2013-07-31)
Preview release 0.15.4 / March 12, 2013; 16 months ago (2013-03-12)
Written in C
Operating system Unix-like systems (Linux and others)
Type Search tool
Website projects.gnome.org/tracker

Meta Tracker, or just Tracker, is a search system for Linux and other Unix-like systems. Meta Tracker is written in the C programming language.

Nautilus has support for Tracker.

One of the developers of the Conduit application has suggested using MetaTracker to create "a metadata-enabled GNOME",[1] which would be similar to using Strigi as an indexer for a metadata framework in KDE Software Compilation 4.

See also

Free software portal

References

External links

  • Tracker home page
  • A first look at Tracker 0.6.0
  • Comparison of desktop search software

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