Michael Neumann wrote:
> Zed A. Shaw wrote:
> 
>> Hi Everyone,
>>
>> Already replied to you (Michael) offline, but thought I'd throw this out
>> there.
>>
>> I know I've been totally delinquent in the FastCST development, but I
>> promise I am actually working on it, just kind of indirectly.
>>
>> * I'm currently polishing off the Ruby/Odeum code so that I can use it
>> in FastCST for full text search over code and revisions.  This should
>> replace just about all the tagging and "revisions follow moves" stuff
>> out there. My recent tests show that this approach just rocks.
>> * I'm finishing off the CookbooXUL application since I want to provide a
>> nice XUL based interface to FastCST.
>> * I'm working on the Linda distributed stuff so that I can include
>> zero-config setup.
>> * And I'm doing a libevent binding so...I can do a libevent binding.
> 
> 
> Wow! All that sounds impressive. Please, keep us informed.
> 
> Could you explain more detailed what you mean with: ...tagging and 
> "revisions follow moves"?
> 
> Could you give a practical example (e.g. how it would work on the 
> command line), so that I can understand it? ;-)

Also, the use of Linda for zero config setup sounds interesting. Care to 
elaborate a bit, or should we wait for the release?