[Geany-devel] file attributes on a linux system
elextr at xxxxx
Thu Apr 5 09:53:07 UTC 2012
On 5 April 2012 19:40, worthspending <worthspending at gmail.com> wrote:
> The question of how new files don't have +x using "save as" and do have +x
> might be answered with the following observation.
> - Create a new file File->New, then, File->Save, then, check the attribute:
> No +x on the new file
> - Create a new file File->New, then, File->Save As, then, check the
> attribute: No +x on the new file
> I'm using the Tree Browser plugin, so...
> - Create a new file by right mouse click on the directory in the tree
> browser and enter the name of the new file directly into the text field in
> the list. Hit enter to finish and create the file. Check the attribute and
> it has +x on the new file.
It would have been worthwhile to mention this.
> I wonder if this is worthy of filing an issue report for the tree browser
Yes, on the correct place.
> On Wed, Apr 4, 2012 at 4:49 AM, Lex Trotman <elextr at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 4 April 2012 19:42, Lex Trotman <elextr at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > On 4 April 2012 18:52, worthspending <worthspending at gmail.com> wrote:
>> >> Ya know, I really don't even want to ask as I don't want to be a pest,
>> >> but,
>> >> I haven't found a good example of setting the umask prior to launching
>> >> geany. I would like to set the umask and have it tied to geany only.
>> >> I
>> >> run a lot of unattended processes, so, the line of thinking is if I
>> >> make
>> >> some type of global change I could introduce a problem to another
>> >> program.
>> >> I can confirm that the "save as" feature works as described in this
>> >> thread.
>> >> No +x attribute on the saved file.
>> > Hi,
>> > In relation to your question, just do:
>> > umask 666; geany
>> Ahhh, make that
>> umask 111; geany
>> because umask is the bits you *don't* want, allways got that wrong.
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