On Thu, 31 Aug 2006 13:10:18 +0200 Nikolas Arend <Nikolas.Arend@gmx.net> wrote: > Carsten Haitzler (The Rasterman) wrote: > > On Thu, 31 Aug 2006 13:21:28 +1000 David Seikel <firstname.lastname@example.org> > > babbled: > > > > > >> On Wed, 30 Aug 2006 21:47:08 -0500 email@example.com wrote: > >> > >> > >>> As a heads up, deleting a favorite from the file dialog in e17 is > >>> broken (at least was a few days ago). Instead of removing the > >>> symlink, it starts to remove the dir pointed to. > >>> If that happens to be important and you ahve write permission to > >>> it.... > >>> > >>> I think raster may have fixed this already (I saw a commit > >>> regarding symlinks, but didn't look in detail). Just in case he > >>> didn't, you've been warned. > >>> > >>> Now raster, I want my Applications (mac) back! :) > >>> > >> The commit was regarding permissions, the permissions of the > >> destination was being used instead of the permissions of the > >> symlink when it came to allowing the deletion or renaming of that > >> link. He may have fixed your evil little bug as a side effect. > >> Please test, and throw things at raster if it's still broken. > >> > > > > mmm that'll be because it uses the ecore_file recursive delete - > > and that follows symlinks... i suspect it shouldn't.follow them... > > will change :) > > Taking the risk of sounding very stupid... is this about the file > selection dialog that one gets when e.g. editing an app icon or about > the new built-in file manager? If the latter is true, how do I get the > fm? Since the "Test file manager" entry from the configuration menu is > gone, I cannot find any way to launch it. "Test file manager" was just that' a test. It works and is now used where ever you get to select a file. No need to have a test menu item for it anymore. So the fm and the file selector are the same thing.
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