Strigi provides a SHA1 indexer which is enabled by default.
Find a way to disable it when indexing files. You'll need to look into the strigi documentation to find a way to blacklist certain indexers. I know it can be done.
Relevant code: nepomuk-core/services/fileindexer/indexer/*
It might even be nice to provide a hidden config option to enable it. Or maybe even a proper option in the KCM under advanced.
This was fixed by commit c337d7353c52a20147773d3b6403a904a870feb0, but although I managed t use the BUG keyword right this time, I don't have the permissions to close the bug.
(In reply to comment #1)
> This was fixed by commit c337d7353c52a20147773d3b6403a904a870feb0, but
> although I managed t use the BUG keyword right this time, I don't have the
> permissions to close the bug.
You should contact sysadmins to get that permission. Normally, you should have been granted that permission after you get your developer account.
Git commit 22f2bca6b7e1f969cf3614244e7621b45f38439b by Simeon Bird.
Committed on 11/08/2012 at 23:57.
Pushed by sbird into branch 'KDE/4.9'.
Add the --skip option introduced in the last commit to
the invocation of nepomukindexer from the file indexing service.
Add a configurable option "exclude plugins" (which defaults to the
SHA1 plugin DigestEventAnalyzer) to allow generic plugins to be excluded.
M +11 -0 services/fileindexer/fileindexerconfig.cpp
M +5 -0 services/fileindexer/fileindexerconfig.h
M +7 -1 services/fileindexer/nepomukindexer.cpp