I thought I could settle this using only ".gtkrc" but it doesn't seem
to offer such a functionality.
I use Vim to develop in Python and when I open a file, the GTK dialog
box shows both .py and .pyc files. And since I sort files by reversed
last modification date, the .pyc files come first.
There are other extensions, typically compiled files (in a broad
sense), that I would like to hide.
There is a "browsefilter" but it only works on Windows and Motif.
How would you hide some file patterns from the GTK dialog boxes?
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