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comment What's a good solution for file-tagging in linux?
@erm3nda. Not sure I 100% understand your question. TMSU currently has no filesystem 'watcher' so it is not aware when you move files. There is a 'repair' subcommand to identify file moves after the event or you can use the supplied script which both moves the file in the filesystem and updates the TMSU database.
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comment What's a good solution for file-tagging in linux?
@student TMSU now includes some scripts that perform filesystem operations whilst keeping the database up to date: tmsu-fs-mv, tmsu-fs-rm and tmsu-fs-merge.
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comment What's a good solution for file-tagging in linux?
@student: currently there is a 'repair' command which deals with moved and modified files. (If you both move and modify a file, however, this won't be detected.)
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