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"Download backup" should create data within a wrapper directory #240

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paulproteus opened this issue Feb 4, 2015 · 4 comments
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"Download backup" should create data within a wrapper directory #240

paulproteus opened this issue Feb 4, 2015 · 4 comments

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@paulproteus
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@paulproteus paulproteus commented Feb 4, 2015

Steps to reproduce:

  • Log into a Sandstorm instance, then create an instance of an app, and use it for a little while.
  • Click the "Download backup" link at the top.
  • Find a *.zip file in your ~/Downloads directory.
  • Unzip it.
  • Discover it has created files at the top level.

Expected behavior:

  • The data should be within a directory like grain-id/var or something like that, to avoid stomping on files in the current working directory where the user unzipped it.

This issue is probably pretty bite-sized, so marking as such.

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@kentonv kentonv commented Feb 4, 2015

Hmm, traditionally zip etiquette says not to create a wrapper directory -- this differs from tar etiquette. GUI-based unzip tools (particularly on Windows/Mac) typically create a wrapper directory automatically. Unfortunately the unix unzip tool decides to match tar here, despite annoyingly not matching tar on so many other points.

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@paulproteus paulproteus commented Feb 4, 2015

Interesting, okay. I could live with this staying the way it is if we also document it somewhere.

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@ocdtrekkie ocdtrekkie commented Feb 4, 2015

I think I'd second @kentonv on that. I actually always make sure the zip tool is creating an appropriate folder for just this reason (and it usually does), and nothing makes me sadder then lots of nested folders to get to the stuff.

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@paulproteus paulproteus commented Feb 18, 2015

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