Browser Fields

xbury.cs at xbury.cs at
Thu Oct 13 09:28:43 EDT 2005

Hi guys,

im working on such a hierarchical beast... but with not just files 
involved (i have active directory domains, 
subnets, servers, drives, shares, files in use, etc...

i'll try to simplify... After i fix my PC's overheating issues...

As for incremental searches, it's just a look searching the next word and 
adding the findings to the
results list. Isn't it? Let me know if you can't see how it's done...

Please explain in what way it is incremental? search words, searching 


use-revolution-bounces at wrote on 13/10/2005 14:13:55:

> On Oct 13, 2005, at 12:40 AM, Jesse Sng wrote:
> > Has anyone attempted to implement the kind of browser set of fields 
> > that you see in iTunes and in the OS X Finder? I need to design 
> > something like that for a particular application that will allow 
> > the user to browser a hierarchical set of data that is partitioned 
> > into categories and subcategories.
> >
> > Currently, that's set up as a series of hierarchical folders and 
> > subfolders on the file server and I want to provide an easy way for 
> > them to browse and then use the data files.
> I'm interested too. And along with that, I'd be interested if anybody 
> had code they wanted to share for incremental searches. I can't quite 
> figure out how that's done (efficiently).
> Charles Hartman
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