Re: sort order in Nautilus

On Mon, 2004-07-26 at 10:26 +0200, Kotrla Vitezslav wrote:
> A friend of mine is bothered by this one. He is versioning
> his work like this
>   001.txt
>   002.txt
>   ...
> which is apparently no problem. Now he makes revision in 001.txt,
> saves as 001a.txt, next revision is 001b.txt etc.. Problem is that
> 'by name' sort order in Nautilus 2.6.3 makes this list
>   001a.txt
>   001b.txt
>   001.txt
> but he would (and me too) expect 001.txt in the first place.
> Is it bug, feature, or is there any sorting rationale behind?

Nautilus sorts the files following your locale rules if you want other
rules look for other locales (changing the LC_COLLATE env variable).

> Thanks for explanation,


> Vit Kotrla
Carlos Perelló Marín
Debian GNU/Linux Sid (PowerPC)
Linux Registered User #121232
mailto:carlos pemas net || mailto:carlos gnome org
Valencia - Spain

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