Persistent application configuration data.
Jerry L Kreps
JerryKreps at alltel.net
Fri Mar 17 04:36:54 UTC 2000
Why not mimick the ini file by storing the app state when
you shut down and reading it in when you load up?
"Miller, John JE" wrote:
> Hi all,
> In the Linux world where does one store application
> specific configuration data, ie the top/left co-ordinates
> of a window on the screen when the window is shutdown,
> so that it can be restored to that position the next time
> it is opened (dare I suggest, in the style of INI files on
> windows). Anyone got a class to create/read/write/delete
> this data.
> I'm new to Linux and KDevelop, and, I'm VERY IMPRESSED
> (and productive) with this IDE (having used Borland C++Builder
> and VB for a couple of years).
> Its great work by the developers.
> from Down Under
> John Miller
> Beware the penguin
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