Re: [Nautilus-list] Re: when that call to nautilus_directory_force_reload is not needed

Darin Adler <darin bentspoon com> writes:

> On Wednesday, June 13, 2001, at 04:38  PM, Yoann Vandoorselaere wrote:
> > Ok, I just had a look at the way Nautilus work when, for exemple, two
> > windows look at the same directory. If you create a file then reload
> > in one of the window, the other get updated. This is fine with me,
> > except that we are doing all operations two times (and as told in
> > a previous mail, this increase linearly each time a new window which
> > monitor this directory is openened).
> >
> > Do you know of any solution that would allow us to do all the operation
> > one time, but share the result in all the windows ?
> I'm sorry, I don't understand the question.
> Today, if you do a refresh in one window, both windows get updated,
> but the I/O is done only once.
> If you open a second window to the same location, however, the process
> of opening the new window causes Nautilus to get fresh contents (which
> do get displayed in both windows), and that's because of feedback from
> Nautilus users who specifically didn't want stale contents in new
> windows.
> The way to avoid this completely is to put in a check and not do any
> of this reloading at all when FAM is working. This is a no-compromises
> complete fix, and I'd like someone to do it.

No other way to avoid that ? For people that don't use Fam, yet...

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MandrakeSoft         | to be just as  bad a concept in Text Editors as it is in
                     | women. No, the Real Programmer wants a "you asked for
                     | it, you got it" text editor -- complicated,  cryptic,
                     | powerful, unforgiving, dangerous.

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