On Wed, 14 Jan 2015, Daniel wrote:
> I occasionally have to edit files on Windows network shares. As Textadept
> currently does not allow opening UNC paths (e.g. "\\server\dir\file.txt")
> directly this requires creating a mapped drive for each network share before
> opening the file.
> Some more details about the issue: Pasting a UNC network path of a folder
> (e.g. "\\server\dir\") into Textadept's file open dialog already shows the
> list of files in that folder correctly. Selecting and opening one of the
> files however results in a new file being created with the name of
> Textadept's current working directory concatenated with the absolute UNC path
> of the selected file.
> This behavior seems to be a result of Textadept not recognizing UNC paths as
> absolute paths in core/lfs_ext.lua. After adding a corresponding exception
> there as a quick proof of concept the file is opened correctly (see attached
> file absolut-path.diff).
> To make drag and drop from UNC folders to Textadept work, another exception
> has to be added to core/ui.lua (see attached file drag-and-drop.diff).
> To make file handling in a Windows network environment easier, it would be
> great if support for UNC paths could considered as a feature for Textadept.
Thanks for the patches! I will apply them later today.
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