[PD] loopool on pure-data.iem.at [plone problems!]
fbar at footils.org
Tue May 18 19:31:16 CEST 2004
derek holzer hat gesagt: // derek holzer wrote:
> Frank Barknecht wrote:
> >It might also be, that is was auto-decompressed from .gz by your
> >browser. Mozilla and others like to do such stupid things...
> However, the link on the webpage actually *is* to a file without an
> extension. Check it and see.
Okay, I checked:
$ wget http://pure-data.iem.at/Members/timblech/loopool63
Resolving pure-data.iem.at... done.
Connecting to pure-data.iem.at[18.104.22.168]:80... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 111,477 [application/x-bzip2]
100%[========================================================>] 111,477 99.88K/s ETA 00:00
19:22:46 (99.88 KB/s) - `loopool63' saved [111477/111477]
$ file loopool63
loopool63: bzip2 compressed data, block size = 900k
$ tar tjvf loopool63
drwxr-xr-x tim/users 0 2003-09-18 06:55:32 loopool/
-rw-rw-r-- tim/users 96 2003-02-10 13:21:53 loopool/n.pd
-rw-r--r-- tim/users 10575 2003-07-27 19:31:07 loopool/scrubS.pd
> Whether Mozilla behaves badly or not, the problem is still that Plone
> names the file after the title given, and not the name of the file which
> is uploaded.
Well true, but also not: This is a user error. Plone doesn't give the
file a name at all, but you have to give the filename yourself. It's
in the "edit" tap, but you also get asked for a filename when
The "edit" tab has two fields: "Name" and "Title". With the power of
an admin I looked at what "Name" Tim gave, and that's "loopool63". He
*should* have given a "Name" like "loopool63.tar.bz2" instead.
The "Title" of that file is "Loopool 63" btw.
There are a several files on the site, where owners gave wrong names.
Frank Barknecht _ ______footils.org__
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