On Saturday 06 August 2005 13:54, Luke Sandell wrote:
> On Friday, August 5, 2005 7:18 pm, Tobi Vollebregt wrote:
> > I've created the attached *untested* patch which adds UDS_HIDDEN to =

> > the UDSAtomTypes. With UDS_HIDDEN it is possible to override the
> > default behaviour of treating only dotfiles (leading dot) as hidden
> > files.

I like the patch. If you test it, I commit it

Ah, there's at least one bug:
&& m_bLink =3D=3D item.m_bLink
+ && m_hidden =3D=3D m_hidden
the latter should be item.m_hidden

A naming suggestion:
+ enum { Auto =3D 0, Hide =3D 1, Show =3D 2 };
should be Hidden and Shown, I think?

> Very intersting. You may want to take a look at my patch on =

> http://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=3D3212 which was never noticed by any =

> developers but adds the option to hide files based on a glob patterns ins=

tead =

> of just dotfiles. This is against KFileDialog & KDirLister rather than KI=

O =

> though.

This is less generic though, at least from an ioslave point of view. We see=
more =

and more kioslaves coming up, going higher and higher in terms of abstracti=
of filesystems. UDS_HIDDEN is a way to abstract yet another feature: which =
are hidden (by default).

> > Another use
> > would be actual hiding of supposed-to-be-hidden FAT files.

> =

> This is a good idea- but it could cause some confusion among users who on=

ly =

> expect only dotfiles to be hidden. I also don't know if UNIX drivers even =

> support reading the "hidden" attribute from FAT filesystems.

I don't know either, but it doesn't sound like a bad idea to me.

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Konqueror (http://www.konqueror.org), and KOffice (http://www.koffice.org).


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