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Just un remenber about the ToDoList !

Posted: Sat Jan 12, 2019 11:55 am
by ⛄ Snow White
🌟 1/ Just a reminder

• Tue May 26, :? 2009 7:28 am :
   « […] I have added implement custom columns to my "Things to do" list […] »

• Mon Aug 11, 2014 1:12 am :
   « […] Thanks for the suggestion, File version information is on my "Things to do" list […] »

• Mon Jun 06, 2016 12:49 am :
   « […] This is something that is requested a bit, I hope to add support in Everything 1.5 with IColumnProviders […] »

But as it said here « viewtopic.php?t=5537#p14905 » : if getting a File Version column means make an idle everything: don’t do it! :!:

🌟 2/ An other interesting option would be to ignore folders at the beginning of results when sorting by path. 8-)
Something like this ➜ Image
Instead of this ➜ Image

🌟 3/Conclusion:

I can make a donation to give credit to this suggestion :roll:

In any case, Thank you for this great program!

UltraEdit get this both options, but it is much slower in MFT updates, the result don’t update in real time if we delete files in explorer and the worst : it often freeze…

In short, no credible competitor for now!

Re: Just un remenber about the ToDoList !

Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2019 8:00 am
by void
Sorry this is taking so long..

You will be happy to know I have added a "File Version" column for the next major version of Everything.

There is a large performance cost with mixing files and folders in a sorted result list.
Everything has two separate databases, one for files and one for folders.

I did briefly explore this a few weeks ago..

I came up with a possible solution of indexing folders as files internally:
I still need to index folders as folders internally to build full paths. So, there's some additional memory usage and CPU usage to maintain the additional file indexes.
True folder indexes would be hidden, only the folders indexed as files would be shown in your results.
Showing folder sizes would require some attention.
I may add a hidden option to trial this for the next major release.

Thanks for your support.