Andy, you've already done a lot - so I truely thank you for that. Yes,
using the shell to manage files is beyond my level.
I just want to use the project drawer in the way that I think it is
intended. I hate to say it, but something more Dreamweaver-like
(Blasphomy! I know!) when it comes to managing site files would be
great. Even without the FTP features. At least there, in the DW file
manager, the files act pretty much like they do in the FInder. You
"Save As..." a new file, and it as well as the old one are there. I
dunno, it doesn't seem that complicated to me. Then again, I've never
built a full-fledged application like this, so what do I know?
The project drawer just seems not quite finished. Ah well. Any other
thoughts from other people out there?
On 4/29/07, Andy Armstrong <andy(a)hexten.net> wrote:
On 29 Apr 2007, at 15:19, Chip Cullen wrote:
So, now to complicate matters: it gets really
weird when you save
files inside other directories in your project. I have a file open,
and I go to "Save As..." and save the document within a folder that is
listed in the project, and the rename bug still happens. Also, the
'new' document doesn't appear in the folder in which it was saved.
However, when I Cmd-tab to a different app, and come back - the 'new'
file appears in the right place. However, the 'old' document is STILL
renamed with the 'new' filename. And when you go to open that 'old'
document (with the 'new' name), it only opens the 'new' file, and you
simply can't open the old one!
I confess I tend to avoid all that - I use directory based projects
and do most of my file management from the shell. That probably
doesn't help you much :)
Andy Armstrong, hexten.net
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