RE: [Nautilus-list] problems with Trash

my comment is orthogonal to this patch, but relevant to trash:
is there any plan to store information about where the file came from, so
there can be a "restore file" feature?  This is pretty useful in windows.

Of course, having Konqueror, GMC, EFM, and Nautilus all sharing the same
trash system (like directory, and restoration metadata) would be very


> -----Original Message-----
> From: nautilus-list-admin lists eazel com
> [mailto:nautilus-list-admin lists eazel com]On Behalf Of Jonathan
> Blandford
> Sent: Wednesday, August 15, 2001 2:27 PM
> To: nautilus-list eazel com
> Subject: [Nautilus-list] problems with Trash
> Currently, if you create a new user and start nautilus, it does not have
> a ~/.Trash directory.  This is created when you do a
> gnome_vfs_find_directory with the create_dir argument TRUE.
> Unfortunately, when you drag an icon over the trash for the first time
> (and you haven't actually selected Move to Trash, or explicitly moved it
> there) this isn't done, and the drag fails.  Here is a small patch to
> eel to fix this:
> Thanks,
> -Jonathan

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