[ALLY] Re: VID File Requestor 1.0 Re:(4)
From: carl:cybercraft at: 24-Sep-2000 14:45
On 24-Sep-00, [anton--globalcenter--net--au] wrote:
> [carl--cybercraft--co--nz] wrote:
>> But a Most Recent list has the advantage of being automatic. Where
>> you were working yesterday will just be in the list without you
>> needing to think about it at all.
> Not always true, because it could be a long path (or several recent
> directories - several long paths).
Why would the lenght of a path make any differece?
However, the list could get very long in a day if it was the actual
files you were listing instead of just their directories, so both a
most-recent-files list and most-recent-directories list would
probably make more sense.
> An assign is short and effective (and requires even less thought)..
How can it require less thought than something that's automatic? You
have to tell an assign what it's name is as well as what directories
it should point to. My idea is that every time you access a file
with the requester its path is added (or moved) to the top of a
most-recent list of X number of paths.
> I like assigns. :)
Well, as I'm already an Amiga user, I don't need them in REBOL anyway.
When root is working in the REBOL requester my assigns will already
be in it.