ben at meyerhome.net
Mon Sep 11 22:19:27 BST 2006
On Monday 11 September 2006 10:40 pm, Thiago Macieira wrote:
> Benjamin Meyer wrote:
> >> It's already standardised in FHS and, therefore, the LSB. In non-Linux
> >> systems, /tmp is the de-facto standard. I don't know where MacOS X
> >> would store them, though.
> >If it is the standard why does KDE has some official kde tmp location?
> We don't. We use /tmp.
> We just use a sub-directory under it, per user, to avoid other users from
> finding out what you're looking at.
That is a contradiction. /tmp is the standard, but kde apps shouldn't use it,
Perhaps this sounds like a feature that QTemp should have (well really
QDir::temp())? Perhaps standardize this feature with free desktop?
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