dfaure at klaralvdalens-datakonsult.se
Thu Jun 26 17:31:16 BST 2003
On Thursday 26 June 2003 18:25, Benjamin Meyer wrote:
> > I am trying to restore the config to the original state (as far as the user
> > is concerned).
> I guess the real problem stems from the fact that I am unable to determine
> where the default value comes from when [$d] is involved. They could come
> from within the application readEntry("foo", defaultValue) or from the global
[$d] really means deleted - i.e. as if the entry was not there at all, in the
merged view (global+local).
So obviously you get "defaultValue" from the readEntry call when you're
reading an entry that has [$d] in the local config file.
I believe this is what you want, right?
> In a kind of ironic twist I noticed that if an application has a global config
> and the same key/value (the default value) is written, kconfig wont save it
This doesn't matter either. You're looking into too much details here.
Think of the global+local config files as being merged - then it's perfectly
fine that the key/value is in the global config instead of the local config file,
since when reading, after merging, it will find it anyway.
David Faure -- faure at kde.org, dfaure at klaralvdalens-datakonsult.se
Klarälvdalens Datakonsult AB, Platform-independent software solutions
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