[tomboy-list] Question about Tomboy
btimothy at gmail.com
Tue Jul 31 09:37:01 PDT 2007
Isn't there a problem with a LOT of notes due to the fact that we load
all of them into memory? ...and also that rename watchers/etc. run
through all the notes?
On 7/24/07, Sanford Armstrong <sanfordarmstrong at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey Mike,
> On 7/24/07, Mike Webb <pobox522rlyeh at comcast.net> wrote:
> > Hello, I hope it isn't out of line to ask a few questions here. I'm not
> > so much a developer as a person who is interested in Tomboy.
> This list is for users, developers, and anyone else interested in
> Tomboy, so you've come to the right place. :-)
> > I'm very impressed with the simplicity and utility of Tomboy. I was
> > wondering though, if anybody had experienced, or anticipated, the upper
> > limit of how many notes you could make?
> > I'd like to use Tomboy to keep track of a very long, active project I'm
> > working on, and I was wondering just how much information in how many
> > notes someone would likely be able to keep.
> Each Tomboy note is stored in separate *.note file in ~/.tomboy, so
> the only limiting factor is disk space, and whatever restrictions your
> file system might place on the number of files in a directory. In
> practice, people aren't usually affected by these sorts of
> Many users have hundreds of Tomboy notes without any problems. If you
> experience any problems as you reach a large number of notes, please
> file Tomboy bugs at bugzilla.gnome.org.
> Hope this helps,
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