--- Zurd <zurd3@...> a écrit :
> I remember vaguely about this, could you elaborate more?
> For now, if you're in a console, it will open wherever you
> are with the pwd command or you can call 'gprename /somewhere/here'
> to open it there.
> But if you're in /somewhere and you call 'gprename here' then
> this won't work, I'll try to fix this today.
I just committed the new revision 149 which fix this issue. So there's
now 3 ways of opening gprename, if you're in /somewhere :
gprename /somewhere/here (will open in /somewhere/here)
gprename here (will open in /somewhere/here)
gprename (will open in /somewhere)
> If you're using a GUI to call gprename, you can always update
> the menu, change the Run command from 'gprename' to 'gprename /somewhere/here'.
> Or in console, you can always create and alias for the same thing.
> --- Lacrocivious Acrophosist <altbinspam@...> a écrit :
> > A few revisions ago, I noticed that GPRename stopped
> > remembering the directory I want it to display upon
> > opening. Now it opens in the user home directory
> > instead.
> > Has this little feature been lost by accident during a
> > code change? If so I would welcome either a way to
> > re-enable it, or to make it select a directory of my
> > choice upon opening.
> > Currently at build 148, I find nothing else in
> > GPRename about which to complain ;-)
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