Mater Branch Issue
me at dawidwrobel.com
Fri Apr 9 18:08:45 BST 2021
On Apr 9, 2021, at 12:58 PM, Brendan Coupe <brendan at coupeware.com> wrote:
> I use a script to run it. The script checks for or creates a lock file
> and will tell me it's already running on another computer if the lock
> file is present. I use syncthing to keep my files in sync across
> several computers and this keeps me from having KMM opened in 2 or
> more computers.
> None of that really matters. What does matter is that my script
> includes the path and file name to the only KMM file I ever use. If I
> remove the path and file name it does not open the CVS importer
> When you asked how I run it my first thought was "why would that
> matter". Clearly it was a better question than I first thought it was
Yeah it matters because I changed the file types that the CSV importer
associates with. Previously it was .csv only, but I added .txt as well.
So my idea was that it could have something to do with FreeDesktop
standards and .desktop files.
I just tested my local build by adding .kmy file as an argument and,
indeed, it opens the CSV importer dialog. By extension I assume .kmy
format is somehow treated as a .txt file, which is probably an issue
of its own.
> I hope this helps.
It does, thanks for reporting. I’ll look into it.
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