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Showing /usr/local/Cellar which doesn't exist. [Fixed 2.8.2 b429]


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Hi all,

 

I think I found a minor bug. Alfred shows a file/directory which doesn't actually exists.

 

I'm running Alfred v2.8.1 (425) on:

OS Info   : Mac OS X - 10.11.2 - 15C50
HW Info   : MacBook8,1 - x86_64
CPU Info  : Intel(R) Core(TM) M-5Y71 CPU @ 1.20GHz
Power     : On  - Charge 100% - State: charged - Left: 0:00 remaining present: true
Memory    : Total: 8192 MB Used: 7926 MB Free: 266 MB
Load Avg  : 1m: 1.32 5m: 1.83 15m: 1.93
Disk(s)   : Path: /                    Disk: disk1    Size: 233Gi  Free: 144Gi  Free: 39%

When pressing <cmd>-<space> and "Ce" it's suggesting /usr/local/Cellar which doesn't actually exists.

 

 

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Mbook:~ root# cd /usr/local/
Mbook:local root# ls -ald C*
ls: C*: No such file or directory
Mbook:local root# file Cellar
Cellar: cannot open `Cellar' (No such file or directory)
Mbook:local root# stat Cellar
stat: Cellar: stat: No such file or directory
Mbook:local root# cd Cellar
-sh: cd: Cellar: No such file or directory

Thanks,

Stijn

 

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Hi Vitor,

 

If I recall correctly I never installed Homebrew on this laptop. But I'm not sure why I never notices the directory in the  "Search Scope" under "Features" => "Default Results" as I looked in a lot of places for a setting. Now that I removed this one it's also gone in the search results.

 

So issue fixed, but I still believe it shouldn't have shown up there if the dir didn't exists / nothing inside could  be found. 

 

Stijn

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So issue fixed, but I still believe it shouldn't have shown up there if the dir didn't exists / nothing inside could be found.

Absolutely. The question was just to gather if Alfred always did so, or if it only got confused if the directory had been there at some point before.

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