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Kerry Beagle is a KDE frontend for the Beagle desktop search daemon.

It was written for and first time included in SUSE Linux 10.1.

Kerry resembles the previous clean Best frontend but with better KDE integration (autostart, global shortcuts, DCOP call for searching etc.) and some improvements like help texts, sorting by relevance / name / modification date and searching the term in the clipboard) compared to it.

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beagle desktop_search kde search-engine

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