Re: CD burning in gnome

Actually, wouldnt the expected method would be that the file to be burned
to the CD be the exact version you drag over? IE, If you tell it to burn a
file, then modify it, the first version should be written. Likewise if you
burn a cd, then delete the file from the hd, the file shoudl be still be
burned to the cd.

User tells the burner to burn file X. He thinks its backed up, then
deletes it, then the burner doesnt burn it. HE JUST LOST HIS BACKUP! :)

On 6 Dec 2002, James Willcox wrote:

> On Fri, 2002-12-06 at 05:59, Pier Luigi Fiorini in YACME wrote:
> <snip>
> > Ooooh this seems very c00l, but what happens if I delete the data that I
> > have dragged into the cd-r?
> > The user in OS X have the illusion that his data is saved onto a
> > removable media but it isn't.
> I guess nautilus would use file monitoring to detect this and remove the
> deleted file(s) from the cd-r.......
> Thanks,
> James

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