Bugzilla – Bug 4614
A space caracter is invalid for directory name
Last modified: 2010-08-18 03:24:32 UTC
The full release package (version 0.17) has "recreation/music/CD Player"
directory containing one clip art. But some operation systems like Linux cannot
handle such directory names including a space character correctly.
A space is a valid char. Both Gnome and KDE handle it propperly. On the terminal
you must escape it either by quoting the path: "/foo/bar/my space path/" or by
escaping the space: /foo/bar/my\ space\ path.
If no one has a counter claim to this, this bug should probably be closed.
There's no good reason to keep the space character. It serves no purpose, and
we're trying to be as cross-platform-friendly as possible here. Additionally,
in this case, there's no reason to keep that _directory_ at all; it has only one
image in it, which ought to be moved to the parent directory.
the directory layout will be changed when the releases are developed for
ccHost. Hence this issue will not be an issue anymore. im resolving this to
Mass reopen. The "LATER" resolution is lame, I'm deleting it. Consider LATER to have arrived.
Closing all openclipart bugs as openclipart is now on launchpad, as per request from Jon Philips.