Re: Proposal for bug 73937 / symlinks in nautilus

El mié, 22-01-2003 a las 19:45, Frank Worsley escribió:
> > On Sun, 2003-01-12 at 23:47, Rolf Kulemann wrote:
> >
> >> The reason i prefer symlinks to work as they do in the shell is that i
> >> use them to symlink folders in my home dir from another hd partition
> >> (these include my evo folder and other personal folders,so that when i
> >> upgrade my distro I don't have to worry about backing up my home dir).
> >>
> DISCLAIMER: I haven't really followed this thread much ...
> But, I just wanted to say that even though it is not consistent with the
> traditional Unix way, the "expand symlinks" behaviour in Nautilus is quite
> useful. In fact it makes more sense since we have a "Back" and "Up"
> button. If I follow a symlink and want to go back to my previous directory
> tree I press "Back", but if I want to go up in the new directory tree I
> press "Up". Makes a lot of sense to me.
> One could argue the reason the shell doesn't do it like that is because
> there is no "cd <go back>" command. ;)
Yes there is: pushd and popd (or if you can live with just one level of
history cd $OLDPWD).

Sorry for getting so offtopic...
> Just my two cents,
> - Frank

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