Try this :
- create a new empty file
- open it with edit
- type some letters in
- change the permissions in rox or whatever (chmod 700, for example)
- save the changes in edit
=3D> edit restores the old permissions, as they were at the opening of th=
La citation du jour :
Il y a des jours o=C3=B9 je voudrais =C3=AAtre vous. Pour pouvoir m'aimer=
que cela ne passe pour du narcissisme.
:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Arnaud ::::
From: Thomas Leonard <tal00r@ec...> - 2004-02-22 18:51:03
On Thu, Jan 15, 2004 at 05:22:36PM +0100, Arnaud CALVO wrote:
> Try this :
> - create a new empty file
> - open it with edit
> - type some letters in
> - change the permissions in rox or whatever (chmod 700, for example)
> - save the changes in edit
> => edit restores the old permissions, as they were at the opening of the
That's not actually a bug... saving a file always overwrites changes made
by another application since loading. However, I've added a warning
message (which also checks that the size and mtime have not changed).
You'll need CVS Edit AND ROX-Lib for this...
Thomas Leonard http://rox.sourceforge.net
tal00r at ecs.soton.ac.uk tal197 at users.sourceforge.net
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