[Digikam-users] Is config stored in the DB?
michael at jamhome.us
Mon Jul 11 21:38:49 BST 2016
That implies the path to the root of the collection is the same on each machine.
That information to the path of the album is stored in the db. Excellent for my use.
If all paths in the DB are relative to a Digikam root how is it to handle file system
paths that do not share a common root?
On Mon, Jul 11, 2016 at 09:25:07PM +0100, Andrew Goodbody wrote:
> Except the path to the root of the collection which would really
> help in running the same db from different machines. Ideally all
> paths in the db should be relative to the root and the root should
> come from digikamrc. This will also make it easier to relocate the
> collection or replace a failing disk by avoiding any need to hand
> edit the db.
> On 11/07/16 20:43, Gilles Caulier wrote:
> >Look into you home directory, ./config/... digikamrc.
> >All settings is stored in this text file.
> >Gilles Caulier
> >2016-07-11 21:37 GMT+02:00 Michael Rasmussen <michael at michaelsnet.us
> ><mailto:michael at michaelsnet.us>>:
> > Is the Digikam configuration all stored in the database?
> > I'd like to run two independent instances of Digikam to facilitate
> > cleaning up my self inflicted mess.
> > One instance would point to the current data store, the other to the
> > new data store as I'll migrate content to.
> > By data store I mean the collection folder on the computer.
> > --
> > Michael Rasmussen, Portland Oregon
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