Spurious alert box when working in /tmp ("careful, this is a system folder")
|Reported by:||ttcoder||Owned by:||waddlesplash|
|Has a Patch:||no||Platform:||All|
If you open the (normally hidden from Tracker view) /tmp folder with
open /tmp or by expanding an archive there ..etc, and rename one of its files, or drag'n'drop one of its files out of it, as of recent (PM) Haiku builds you will get the "this is a system folder, are you sure to change it, press <Shift> to go ahead" alert box.
In all likelyhood this is due to /tmp having relocated from
/boot/common/cache/tmp (where Tracker knows not to alert the user) to
Filing as enhancement as my usage pattern is probably pretty obscure (I do a lot of work in /tmp with files that are temporary and I don't want to survive a reboot / not have to remember to move to Trash), though technically this is a regression/bug.
Summary: Tracker should make an exception to the rule and consider the /tmp part of /boot/system is not a folder that needs protection, by opposed to, say, the add-ons or kernel/drivers folders.