[PATCH 0/1] Add close-after-file-select functionality for one-off searches
pmkielstra at outlook.com
Sun Nov 18 21:16:26 CET 2018
Thanks very much! None of the online resources mentioned Bugzilla, which is why I posted straight to the mailing list. It's on Bugzilla now.
From: Xfce4-dev <xfce4-dev-bounces at xfce.org> on behalf of Alex <acs82 at gmx.de>
Sent: 18 November 2018 16:16
To: xfce4-dev at xfce.org
Subject: Re: [PATCH 0/1] Add close-after-file-select functionality for one-off searches
did someone already answer your mail ? (If so, please ignore my answer)
Usually it is always a good idea to open a bugzilla bug for new features and attach your patch there.
Like that your patch will not get off our mind / will not get lost that easy and the maintainer of Catfish can take a look whenever he/she has time to take care.
( Not sure if we currently have a maintainer for catfish .. Sean Davis maybe ? )
Additionally, via bugzilla you will get email notifications whenever the status of your bug changes.
Hope this will help you!
On 11/11/18 9:25 PM, Michael Kielstra wrote:
I like to use Catfish as a way to find and open files. It's easier
to search for "xyz.txt" than it is to actually remember where I put
xyz.txt. The downside is that Catfish stays open while I'm editing
xyz.txt, leading to me having several Catfish windows in the back-
ground that I then have to close manually. This patch adds a new
option to close immediately after opening a file.
It is also hosted on GitHub at Michaelkielstra/Catfish.
Thank you very much.
Michael Kielstra (1):
Added close-after-file-select functionality for one-off searches.
catfish/CatfishWindow.py | 14 +++++-
catfish_lib/CatfishSettings.py | 1 +
catfish_lib/Window.py | 5 +-
data/ui/CatfishWindow.ui | 19 +++++++
po/catfish.pot | 92 ++++++++++++++++++----------------
5 files changed, 83 insertions(+), 48 deletions(-)
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