EagleFiler 1.2 is now available.

EagleFiler makes managing your information easy. It lets you archive and
search mail, Web pages, PDF files, word processing documents, images,
and more. Use it to collect information from a variety of sources.
Browse different types of files using a standard three-pane interface.
Organize them into folders and annotate them with tags and notes, or
leave everything in one folder and pin-point the information you need
using the live search. Since EagleFiler stores its library in Finder
format, you can use it in concert with the other tools in your Mac

Requirements: Mac OS X 10.4 or later (Universal)
Price: $40
Download: (http://c-command.com/downloads/EagleFiler-1.2.dmg)
More Info: (http://c-command.com/eaglefiler/)
Contact: Michael Tsai (eaglefiler@c-command.com)

New in This Version

* Made a variety of changes to improve EagleFiler’s speed and
responsiveness, especially for libraries with many files.

* You can now copy from one library to another via drag and
drop. All of the EagleFiler metadata will be preserved.

* The New Library command now offers the option to create
an encryped library.

* Highlights search matches in the items list and the record

* Each library now has a “To Import” folder in the Finder.
Any files that you save into this folder will be imported
when you open the library (or within the next minute or two
if the library is already open).

* You can now delete (and undelete) individual e-mail messages.

* Uses the available Spotlight importers to index the content
of many types of files that EagleFiler doesn’t natively

* Added “Match Partial Words” option to the search pop-up.
When this is checked, you can search for partial words
without having to type wildcards (“*”) in the query.

* “tag:(tagname)” searches now work with Filename, From,
To/Cc, and Title searches, rather than just Anywhere and
Notes searches.

* Can now capture from Skim and Journler (preserving tags).

* When capturing from Cocoalicious, EagleFiler now
preserves the tags and the description and extended

* Added “Backup Metadata” command. EagleFiler will
automatically backup a libary’s metadata when it’s
opened (unless you have Shift held down) and also
periodically after it’s been opened. You can manually backup
the metadata by holding down the Option key and choosing
“Backup Metadata” from the “File” menu. Metadata is
backed up to “EagleFiler Metadata.plist” files inside the
library folder. If you import a file that has backed-up
medatadata, EagleFiler will use the stored metadata to set
the title, from name, checksum, source URL, tags, and notes.

* Added “Copy Tags to Spotlight Comments” preference.
When this is enabled, you’ll be able to find files in your
library by searching for their tag name using Spotlight.

* If you hold down the Command and Option keys when
opening a library, you can access the new “Rebuild
Indexes” dialog. This lets you optimize or repair
EagleFiler’s search indexes, and you can choose whether it
indexes for word searches or phrase searches. Previous
versions of EagleFiler always indexed for phrase searches.
Switching to word indexing will speed up EagleFiler’s
indexing and substantially reduce the amount of disk space
that the indexes consume.

* Added “Update Checksum” command, so that it’s easier to
tell EagleFiler when you’ve modified a file using
another application.

* When importing via AppleScript, you can now specify which
folder to import into, e.g. “import files {theFile}
container theFolder”.

* It’s now possible to change filenames via AppleScript.

* When using “Previous/Next Record” with the “Info”
inspector in front or the tags bar focused, the text
field will retain its focus as the selected record changes,
making it possible to quickly edit multiple
tags/titles/filenames in sequence.

* You can now press Option-Delete when viewing a tag
source to move the selected records to the trash rather
than unassigning the tag.

* Added “Esoteric Preferences.”

* Complete change list: