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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0003118||Far Manager||Panel||public||2015-11-11 16:57||2015-11-11 17:08|
|Priority||normal||Severity||feature||Reproducibility||have not tried|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0003118: panel'ed view of file search does not track if a file has vanished|
|Description||when a file is remove (e.g. it's subdir is removed) then the file does not automatically vanish from the panel'ed view results of a file search.|
the application should be able to check for file system updates on at least regular file systems on the fly (or via a system based callback notification).
|Steps To Reproduce||create a test dir and a few subdirs with each a cummy.txt file in it.|
go to the test dir and do a file search for "*.txt".
after search has finished panelize the resulting list.
watch the total count of results (lower end of panel "files:").
open an explorer window and delete one ore more created subdirs.
switch back to FAR manager and see that nothing has changed.
only if you manually press Ctrl+r (for panel reload) the already vanished files will be removed from the panel.
doing the same for a non-search panel, e.g. a normal directory view will update instantly (or at least when the FAR console window is selected again - not tested this in detail as not of much relevance for this report).
|Additional Information||the used build of FAR for testing was FAR 3.0 build 4454 x64 - a nightly build dated 2015-11-11.|
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