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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0002128||Gnome Inform application||[IDEs] Editing||public||2020-05-28 07:44||2020-05-28 07:44|
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|Product Version||6M62|| |
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|| |
|Summary||0002128: Starting new extension project in gnome-inform7 results in improper file naming/structure|
|Description||When a new extension project is created, the interface asks for a location to save the project. Assume that the normal "Projects" folder is chosen.|
The source editor window is shown as expected. When File/Save is chosen, the user is again prompted for a location to save the file. The "Projects" folder is shown and a default filename of "ProjectName.i7x" is shown. Assume that the Save button is clicked without changing anything.
A new folder "ProjectName.i7x" is created in the "Projects" directory. This folder (which has a name that would be expected for the source file) will be empty. A different new file named "ProjectName.i7x.inform" is created in the "Projects" directory. This file (which has a name that would be expected for the containing folder) will contain the extension source code.
Note that both created items are placed in the same directory level of "Projects"; the source file is not placed in the created directory.
|Minimal Source Text To Reproduce|
Any source code will do. Follow the steps in the description to see the behavior.
|Additional Information||This was observed under Ubuntu 15.10 and also under Linux Mint 19.x based on Ubuntu 18.04. The latter was using the non-standard package found at https://github.com/interactivefiction/gnome-inform7-builds/tree/stable, [^] but the behavior is also seen using the original package under Ubuntu 15.10.|
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