Road to KDE 4: Strigi & More
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 12 April 2007 at 03:20 PM EDT. Add A Comment
It's been a while since the last Road to KDE 4.0, but KDE.News has a new article on Strigi and File Information Extraction. Strigi is used for obtaining information on files -- such as the resolution for an image file or the length of an audio file -- and is also capable of extracting information from compressed archives. Strigi isn't as attractive to the end-user as say the Dolphin file manager or other items covered in the road to KDE 4.0, but it is depended upon by a number of other KDE packages.
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