Typing command, 'glade newfile.glade' on command line doesn't use 'newfile.glade' as default name
Submitted by Eric Cunningham
At the command line, I type:
But it opens "Unsaved 1" as the default name. It should save the name of the file, so when you opt to save the file, the proper name is already filled-in.
This is a very important feature to me because I'm writing a IDE where users will have a file called "myFile.rb", and it needs to have a corresponding "myFile.glade." The IDE will expect to have matching names. When the user clicks, "create gui" on the .rb file, I want to be able to shell out the command:
If he/she will be presented with a blank box, they will make up a name. (you know how that goes :? )
This is the only way other programmers can create named files.
Also, on the command line it displays a "WARNING file not found" It would be nice to have glade operate just like any text editor, and open a blank file with the given name.
Thanks for your great work, Eric Cunningham