On 12/21/2016 05:05 PM, Chris Murphy wrote:
There's no exact one right way to do this. Windows shows the
as if it were a directory. Whereas macOS decompresses the whole
archive to its own directory. Still another option would be
decompressing the archive into its own directory and then moving the
archive into the local user trash directory. It's just a matter of
what you're used to, so the real issue is merely that the behavior has
changed, rather than it's inherently incorrect behavior.
IMHO decompressing by default is a bad behavior, what about big archives
and you only want to check the contents? what about if the user just
created a new archive and want to check y everything needed is inside?
another decompressed copy? the archive removed when the user just created it
I think the more user friendly solution is for gvfs to have a archive
filesystem so users are able to use files like they are part of the real
filesystem (via gvfs fuse integration), Instead of decompressing all
files every time the user decide to browse the contents.
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