[KDE/Mac] QStandardPaths possible solution
iandw.au at gmail.com
Sat Jan 10 05:27:03 UTC 2015
Works for me (on Lion).
On 10/01/2015, at 9:01 AM, René J.V. Bertin wrote:
> FYI: about using environment variables, I just found this thread (https://devforums.apple.com/thread/251429?tstart=0) :
>> launchctl still works. Apple removed /etc/launchd.conf for security
>> First convience yourself that launchctl works:
>> launchctl setenv rats mice
>> close all terminals, including the terminal application
It is not necessary to close all the Terminal windows. Closing the Terminal
*app* is enough. When you re-open the Terminal app, all the windows re-appear
(with previous work greyed out) and $rats has value "mice" in all windows.
Similarly, it all works for the command:
launchctl unsetenv rats
after closing and re-opening the terminal app. Nice find, René!
>> open a new terminal
>> echo rats
>> I just found this, which I believe is correct:
>> Look at the response by ursa. Basically creating a
>> /Library/LaunchAgents/environment.user.plist to process the
>> /etc/environment file.
Cheers, Ian W.
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