Re: State of gvfs in Gnome 2.21

Le jeudi 24 janvier 2008, à 10:25 +0100, Alexander Larsson a écrit :
> On Wed, 2008-01-23 at 17:48 +0100, Reinout van Schouwen wrote:
> > 
> > > >  I do not like having to write the address in
> > > > the location bar to have it accessible on the Desktop 
> > > Try this:
> > >  * open smb://network/resource
> > 
> > Cosimo was right when he said he doesn't like to write an address in the
> > location bar. By default, Nautilus doesn't even show one, and until now,
> > GNOME users didn't have to because of the Connect to Server dialog. If
> > that dialog would disappear, it would really be a painful regression.
> > 
> > If "network mounts" can be re-implemented as bookmarks, I'm fine with
> > that, but they should still be visually discernable from regular folders
> > as is currently the case in the Location menu.
> We can easily re-implement connect to server and make that be the
> "volume" for the gvfs "mount". This means the icon will show up where
> the mount is even when its not mounted, and clicking on it will allow
> you to mount it.
> However, as cosimo noticed, this somewhat overlaps with what bookmarks
> can be used for too. If you put a bookmark to a network location you can
> use that to easily mount the network mount too... Of course, then when
> its mounted it will show up both as a mount and as a bookmark, so maybe
> that is not ideal.

I'd be tempted to consider the lack of this dialog as a major
regression too. Alex, would you accept a patch for this? I guess the
easy way is to have it add a bookmark (and open the URI) for now, and we
can consider the "volume way" later...

Also, we probably need to have a way to convert the old gnome-vfs
volumes to bookmarks, or something like this, to prevent some "data"


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