Re: CD burning in gnome

Only way I can see to make sure the file to burn is the exact one you told
it is to make a copy of it until its actually burned. Unless you can
somehow figure out when a file is about to be modified and make a copy of
it right before its changed. I dont know if notification is that good.


On 6 Dec 2002, Pier Luigi Fiorini wrote:

> Il ven, 2002-12-06 alle 21:50, Bob Smith ha scritto:
> [snip]
> > 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! :)
> Yeah. It's what I meant.
> Unfortunately I haven't a MacOS X copy nor a PPC machine :(( so I can't
> see how Mac do it.
> Anyway Nautilus should store some where the list of files which are
> shown in the cd-r view.
> With FAM (as James said) Nautilus will monitor the files in the list and
> prevent the user to delete his data. The user can at this point confirm
> deletion or burning.
> I doubt this approach will works good, as you have thought Nautilus
> should burn the first version of the file(s).
> How it can store that version?
> --
> Pier Luigi Fiorini
> Rolling GNU/Linux lead developer

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