remy.maucherat at gmail.com
Fri Mar 11 18:28:04 CST 2005
On Fri, 11 Mar 2005 21:10:09 +0100, Richard Samson
<richard at littlerichard.org> wrote:
> Le vendredi 11 mars 2005 à 12:13 -0500, WorLord a écrit :
> > I, too, am having problems with gamin. In particular:
> > I can be in Nautilus, staring at my /home directory. I can download a
> > file, using firefox, directly into my /home directory. Nautilus will
> > not report the change until I manually refresh my view.
> > Moving on: that downloaded file is typically a .zip or .tar.gz. I like
> > to extract these by right-clicking on them and selecting "extract here".
> > The file will extract, but not show the new folder created unless I
> > manually refresh.
> > Also, any changes I make via terminal don't show up unless - you
> > guessed it - I manually refresh.
> > These things are unpredictable - sometimes, gamin actually works. I'd
> > say it doesn't work about 75% of the time, though.
> > (Note: These are all VAST, VAST improvements from FAM, which would
> > steal 100% CPU until restarted, or prevent unmounts for hotplug
> > devices, or other such high-level stuff. Frankly, I'll take gamin over
> > FAM any day, as it does nothing disasterous like Fam did - but it also
> > simply doesn't work much of the time.)
> > --
> > WorLord
> I got same problems with gamin, only on ~/Desktop directory, i need to
> refresh to get the new content.
It works perfectly well for me at the moment, but this definitely was
not the case a few days ago. I'd recommend testing with the latest
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