Rockbox mail archiveSubject: dir/file filtering
Date: Tue, 13 May 2003 21:06:31 +0200 (MEST)
regarding "system-directories" oder special files, any dumb OS creates
(Windoze and MacOS do)
and the existing "filtering" code in rockbox, it came to my mind, that the
following feature could be useful:
custom file/directory filter
a user could edit a file called ./rockbox/filter which is ordinary ascii
this file could contain directory/filenames (wildcard`ed or regex`d)
dirs/files to hide.
This feature could be included in menu option "show files", so besides
"supported" we would have another option "custom" there.
what do you think? should I open a feature request? *aaaargh - not another
think of the flexibility this gives! just some mails "ago", someone
requested, that talkbox`s "directory
mp3`s" should be hideable - with this generic approach, this possibly just
would be an entry in ./rockbox/filter
open feature reqests No. 697733,697734 and 614433 could be replaced by this
> Aman Singer said:
> > Hi, all.
> > I'm using Windows XP pro, Rockbox 2.0, and a USB 2.0 controller
> > on an Archos 6000 (original player), running version 4.53 of the Archos
> > firmware in ROM. When I access the disk using the explorer, I see two
> > folders, one being called "system volume information", and one being
> > called "recycled". They are both on my HD as well as the Archos. I'd
> > like to know, first, if these folders are taking up space (they don't
> > seem to be), but I do wonder. Secondly, are they real folders? That is,
> > I didn't put them there, and don't use them. I tried deleting both,
> > getting an error that someone else was using the folders, despite the
> > fact that my system has no other user account and the drive is not
> > accessible over the network. Is it possible that these are simply
> > shortcuts that appear in the explorer while having no real existence?
> > Thanks for any help, all.
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