Re: cd burning in gnome
- From: Alex Graveley <alex ximian com>
- To: desktop-devel-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: cd burning in gnome
- Date: 06 Dec 2002 01:41:44 -0500
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On Thu, 2002-12-05 at 13:23, Alex Graveley wrote:
> So there is some contention as to the correct way to implement CD
> burning inside nautilus/gnome-vfs for Gnome, and I was hoping to get
> some opinions from the community as to which is the better option.
> Alexl thinks that a burn: vfs uri should only be used for temporary
> file-storage, and that a separate executable should be invoked to prompt
> the user with a dialog to begin burning and to show status. The dialog
> will allow specifying options like burn speed, burner device to use, and
> a label for the CD. The advantages here are simplicity of the burn: vfs
> method, and keeping cd-burning code out of gnome-vfs.
> I think cd burning should be integrated with gnome-vfs, such that
> invoking a burn operation on a burn: uri will cause the cd to start
> burning. Burning options like speed/label/audio-or-data should be
> passed as arguments here, instead of being locked up in a separate
> executable. The advantages here are that cd-burning is 1) easily
> available to all applications, 2) that burning options, status, and
> cancellation can be controlled through code and 3) that the GUI is
> determined by the application.
> So, what do you guys think?
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