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I think some of this text is not really up to encyclopedia standards. "you are thus warned!" in at least two places as well as refernced to "me" without any reference to who that person is.
Merge Sherlock 3 into Sherlock (software)
Before there was Sherlock, there was Find Pro
You might want to write more about the origins of this software. Sherlock was originally a shareware product called "Find Pro," written by Bill Monk. Apple acquired the software, rolled it into System 7.5 and renamed it "Find File," although they continued the version numbers (Find File was verson 1.1.2). Version 2 added internet search capabilities, and Apple renamed it Sherlock. Confusingly, version 3.0.1 was named Sherlock 2. Version 3.6 came with Panther. Archola 22:59, 19 November 2005 (UTC)
But Find File was very different from Sherlock.. and drastically different from Sherlock 2. Sure, they shared traits, maybe were even based upon the same code, but they were markedly different. I do agree that something should be said, though.
- I second that emotion. Find File (which also existed in the Mac OS itself) scanned the directories for filenames, and that's it. Sherlock first builds indexes of ANY content, including filenames, the contents of those files, etc. Sure, you could use Sherlock to find files, but that's not all it did. Maury 21:42, 10 August 2006 (UTC)
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