1. 17 Sep, 2020 7 commits
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  3. 15 Sep, 2020 2 commits
    • Albert Gräf's avatar
      Help browser: add an index cache to speed up launch times. · 77819826
      Albert Gräf authored
      - Rebuilds and caches the search index if there is no cache yet, or if
        the cache is outdated (i.e., any cached directory or its parent was
        removed or modified since the cache was last created).
      - Keeps track of the modification times of all cached directories of
        help files, as well as their parent directories, in order to determine
        when the cache is outdated. The parents are tracked to catch changes
        where new sibling directories are added. This may produce some false
        positives and still isn't 100% foolproof, but it is as close as we can
        get if we still want to achieve substantial speedups.
      - Automatically rebuilds the index (and cache) from scratch, as soon as
        the help browser is relaunched after changes to the browser
        configuration in the gui prefs. So there's no need any more to
        relaunch Purr Data to have these changes take effect.
      Both the index cache and the directory timestamps are maintained as
      ordinary text files with a straightforward syntax (basically
      colon-delimited csv) in the user's home directory. The files are located
      in configuration directories (.purr-data on Linux and Mac,
      AppData/Roaming/Purr-Data on Windows). Thus it's easily possible to
      modify these files with external tools (e.g., if we want to upgrade the
      file format in the future.)
    • Guillem Bartrina's avatar
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