- fscrawler comes with new default mappings for files. They have better
defaults as they consume less disk space and CPU at index time. You
should remove existing files in
~/.fscrawler/_default/_mappingsbefore starting the new version so default mappings will be updated. If you modified manually mapping files, apply the modification you made on sample files.
excludesis now set by default for new jobs to
["~*"]. In previous versions, any file or directory containing a
~was excluded. Which means that if in your jobs, you are defining any exclusion rule, you need to add
*~*if you want to get back the exact previous behavior.
- If you were indexing
xmldocuments with the
filename_as_idoption set, we were previously removing the suffix of the file name, like indexing
1.jsonwas indexed as
1. With this new version, we don’t remove anymore the suffix. So the
_idfor your document will be now