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Re: A few issues with thumbs.el

From: Mathias Dahl
Subject: Re: A few issues with thumbs.el
Date: Mon, 13 Jun 2005 09:12:40 +0200
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Juanma Barranquero <address@hidden> writes:

>> After each call to `tumme-display-thumbs', check that variable, and if
>> nil, ask the user if it is OK to do a clean up (or really check if a
>> clean-up is necessary). We can provide options like "Yes, please
>> clen-up", "No, ask me later", or "No, and don't bother me again this
>> session" or something like that. Together with a custom variable that
>> determines if we should use cleaning at all, this should suit most
>> user's needs, right?
> You'd need a user option (settable to 'never, 'once-per-session,
> 'always and nil for "ask the user"), and an internal variable to
> record when the cleanup ran last time, wouldn't you?

Something like that, yes.

> But, if you implement Stefan's per-directory thumbnails dir, every
> directory would/should have its own set of configuration options, I
> think. Perhaps not for *when* to run the cleanup, but I can well
> imagine that U:\myimages\.thumbsdir (in my USB pendrive) doesn't
> need the same size settings than "C:\my documents\my
> images\.thumbsdir"...

Sounds messy to me.

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