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[Bug #3292] NSOpenPanel shouldn't use file extension to tell file or dir


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Subject: [Bug #3292] NSOpenPanel shouldn't use file extension to tell file or directory
Date: Sat, 26 Apr 2003 03:27:35 -0400

=================== BUG #3292: LATEST MODIFICATIONS ==================
http://savannah.gnu.org/bugs/?func=detailbug&bug_id=3292&group_id=99

Changes by: Richard Frith-Macdonald <address@hidden>
Date: Sat 04/26/2003 at 07:27 (GMT)

            What     | Removed                   | Added
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         Assigned to | None                      | CaS
              Status | Open                      | Declined


------------------ Additional Follow-up Comments ----------------------------
The current NSOpenPanel behavior is believed to be correct as directories are 
supposed to be treated as opaque objects openable by specific applications on 
the basis of their type (extension).

However, adding an empty string as an extension should probably not be legal 
and I've changed the make_services tool to ignore any attempt to do this.




=================== BUG #3292: FULL BUG SNAPSHOT ===================


Submitted by: yjchen                  Project: GNUstep                      
Submitted on: Mon 04/21/2003 at 15:37
Category:  Gui/AppKit                 Severity:  5 - Major                  
Bug Group:  Bug                       Resolution:  None                     
Assigned to:  CaS                     Status:  Declined                     

Summary:  NSOpenPanel shouldn't use file extension to tell file or directory

Original Submission:  If a directory named MyDirectory.txt/, NSOpenPanel in 
Ink.app will think it is a file because the file extension is .txt.
If I add a new extension,"" (empty string), in InkInfo.plist,
all the directories will become files (without a small triangle behind) in 
NSOpenPanel.
I think NSOpenPanel should not depend on the file extension to distinguish 
files or directories, but it may reduce the speed.

Follow-up Comments
*******************

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Date: Sat 04/26/2003 at 07:27       By: CaS
The current NSOpenPanel behavior is believed to be correct as directories are 
supposed to be treated as opaque objects openable by specific applications on 
the basis of their type (extension).

However, adding an empty string as an extension should probably not be legal 
and I've changed the make_services tool to ignore any attempt to do this.



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