Doesn't work with folder / file names with spaces

Bug #178390 reported by Ákos
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Bug Description

When trying to view the contents of my phone, a K750i, it contains two folders:
  "Phone memory" and "Memory Stick".

If I try to view the contents of these folders, first i get the last two folders again (WTF?), and then If i click again on any of these, i get an error.

However, when doing this from command line using obexftp -c -c -l, it can be made to work.

I suppose that when obexftp gets called, it is called like obexftp -b XX:XX:XX:XX:XX -c phone\ Memory, but that does not work, the folder name must be between quotation marks, without the backbraces. like obexftp -b XX:XX:XX:XX:XX -c "phone Memory". That way I could get the command line to work.

Please take a look at the code, I couldn't do it myself, because I've never done such a thing before, and I have no idea where to start, if you can help me help you some other time, please post a link to a tutorial or something as reply, or to <email address hidden> :)

Vandra Ákos

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Ákos (axos88) wrote :

Oh sorry, I forgot to mention that this was related to the gnome bluetooth applet, I hope I filed the bug report to the right place.

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