Are whitelisted paths still scanned?

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I started using the whitelist feature and I see things like this in the output:
Skip 0 /home/user/folder/file

I have /home/user/folder/ in the whitelist. Does BleachBit sill go through and scan this folder? If so, how do I make it so this folder isn't searched through at all. I ask because I'm hoping that would speed things up on a mechanical hard drive.

I'm using the following:
Xubuntu 12.04.3
BleachBit 1.0

Thank you.

In BleachBit version 1.0 it looks like it does scan white listed paths. Would you like to fill out a bug ticket as a here https://bugs.launchpad.net/bleachbit/ ?

Is there a particular cleaner that is slow because of this?

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Andrew, lead developer

They are the deep scan cleaners. There seems to already be a bug report about it:
https://bugs.launchpad.net/bleachbit/+bug/1058358

Like the report, I also have network shares I'm whitelisting in addition to other very large folders. I didn't test each scan individually but with my current preset, the scan and cleaning take at least 2 minutes.

Thanks.

OK. I am offering a (financial) bounty for someone to code this, and soon I will post it as a job to a freelancing web site.

Out of curiosity, how are the network folders included in a scan? Often network folders are referenced by UNC paths or mounted as a drive letter, but either way they are usually not part of the user profile directory structure that BleachBit normally scans.

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Andrew, lead developer

Unfortunately, I'm not qualified to make these changes. Otherwise, I would have written my own app :).

At least for Ubuntu and maybe other distros that make use of GVfs to mount networks shares in Thunar, Nautilus and I assume others, shares are mounted in the ~/.gvfs folder which is scanned by BleachBit.