ben at meyerhome.net
Sat Jun 28 18:09:22 BST 2003
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On Saturday 28 June 2003 12:04 pm, Waldo Bastian wrote:
> On Saturday 28 June 2003 17:30, Benjamin Meyer wrote:
> > > There is no [current] way to force that it picks up the entry defined
> > > by the kdeglobals files.
> > Which is why I suggested adding one :)
> I'm willing to consider that but if you look at the files again:
> > $KDEDIR/share/config/kdeglobals
> > $KDEHOME/share/config/kdeglobals
> > $KDEDIR/share/config/kmyapprc
> > $KDEHOME/share/config/kmyapprc
> If $KDEHOME/share/config/kmyapprc contains "use the entry from kdeglobals"
> ([$g] ??) it means that KConfig must still have access to the entries that
> were defined by $KDEHOME/share/config/kdeglobals, even though they may have
> been redefined by $KDEDIR/share/config/kmyapprc already. KConfig currently
> doesn't keep that information around.
> I will have a look to see how hard it is to change that in such a way that
> we don't keep too much duplicate entries in memory.
> > Kiosk users/developers would probably slaughter me if I did this. They
> > wouldn't be able to just copy their local settings for applications into
> > the global, but would have to rename all of the groups. But if this is
> > my only option I will start going CVS through and changing all the code.
> I don't think it's that bad. We are talking about moving options from e.g.
> konsolerc to kdeglobals and vice versa. This is NOT about copying files
> from $KDEHOME to $KDEDIR, that's what kiosk users are mostly concerned
Actually that is what I proposed Stuff stored in $KDEHOME would have a
different group name then stuff stored in $KDEDIR... Using kdeglobals isn't
a reasonable option. The only way it would work is to store every single
setting in kdeglobals which I am sure is not what you want. The reason is
because currently there is absolutely no way to tell if a setting has a
I don't think that when you delete a setting (that can only be set in the
local config) it should delete the global config and when deleteEntry() is
called it does just that, deletes the entry. I think the current way of
deleting the global config is incorrect.
- -Benjamin Meyer
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