[Gtkradiant] [Bug 1013] GTK Radiant reacts strangely to . and @ in pathnames.

gtkradiant@zerowing.idsoftware.com gtkradiant@zerowing.idsoftware.com
Fri, 13 Aug 2004 08:52:46 -0500


------- Additional Comments From megazzt@gmail.com  2004-08-13 08:52 -------
Cool.  As a programmer, if I was fixing the bug, I would use the method you
described, perhaps also accounting for the fact that there may be multiple .s in
a filename (in windows at least).

Has the other part of my bug report been addressed?  Let me clarify it incase it
was a bit hard to understand...

After GTKRadiant failed to save my map correctly with that first error, I saved
it in a subdirectory off of My Documents.  I then marked some brushes as detail
in my map.  I had been trying to do this with Valve Hammer Editor... again, this
was a Half-Life level... without success, then I remembered my favorite brush
editor supported Half-Life. ;)  So, I went to compile my level and I got a
complaint from GTKRadiant that it could not find the compile tool.  Come to
think of it, I probably need to set the tool paths >_< but still, the error
dialog that was displayed incorrectly displayed a " instead of an @ in the path
name.  Also, note the double // (which I just noticed right now).

"Failed to execute the following command:
-connect "C:/Documents and Settings/The Mega-ZZTer/My
Documents/My Maps/mzzt_zelda1.map"
Check that the file exists and that you don't run out of system resources."

BTW I see you use Zoner's tools. :thumbsup: