|Nick||07/31/2006 01:01 pm|
|Is there any reason why the directory overload function creates %&OvrX directories if there are more than 1000 files in a directory but does not apply this in the same way if there are more than 1000 sub-directories in a directory? Is there no problem with overloading a directory by having too many sub-directories?|
|Oleg Chernavin||08/01/2006 03:50 pm|
|Yes, it could be a problem, but we haven't worked on this yet and noone reported this. It is a far more rear case than when there are too many files in a directory.
|Nick||08/02/2006 05:03 am|
|I agree that most directories will never reach this but the main download directory can do easily - imagine 200 projects that all have files across 5 different domains and you are already there. Would be a nice feature to add - even if it were just for the main download directory. You could even split the downloaded files into subfolders for each letter of the alphabet - ie "www.edn.com" and "edit.europe.yahoo.com" could go in "e" and "www.google.co.uk" could go in "g". Chances are this would reduce the maximum for most people. Just an idea for a future version maybe.
|Oleg Chernavin||08/02/2006 06:52 am|
|Yes, I will think about this. Thank you!