tracker3-info - Retrieve all information available for a certain
tracker3 info [options...] <file1>
tracker3 info asks for all the known metadata available for
the given file.
Multiple file arguments can be provided to retrieve
information about multiple files.
The file argument can be either a local path or a URI. It
also does not have to be an absolute path.
By default, all keys and values reported about any given
are returned in shortened form, for example, nie:title
shown instead of http://tracker.api.gnome.org/ontology/v3/nie#title
This makes things much easier to see generally and the output is less
cluttered. This option reverses that so FULL namespaces are shown
If the resource being displayed has nie:PlainTextContent
(i.e. information about the content of the resource, which could be the
contents of a file on the disk), then this option displays that in the
In most cases, the file argument supplied points
to a URL or PATH which is queried for according to the resource associated
with it by nie:url. However, in cases where the file specified
turns out to be the actual URN itself, this argument is required to tell
"tracker3 info" not to do the extra step of looking up the URN
related by nie:url.
For example, consider that you store URNs by the actual URL itself
and use the unique nie:url in another resource (which is quite reasonable
when using containers and multi-resource conditions), you would need this
argument to tell "tracker3 info" that the file supplied is
actually a URN not URL.
Output results as Turtle RDF. If -f is enabled, full URIs
are shown for subjects, predicates and objects; otherwise, shortened URIs are
used, and all the prefixes Tracker knows about are printed at the top of the