[Kst] [Bug 234390] The ASCII datasource no longer saves its config in .kst files
nicolas.brisset at eurocopter.com
Wed Apr 28 09:54:22 CEST 2010
--- Comment #2 from Nicolas Brisset <nicolas brisset eurocopter com> 2010-04-28 09:54:19 ---
You have to pay attention: if the default settings for the ASCII datasource
correspond to the configuration of those files, or if the files loaded have
stored their individual settings in the past, you can read in the .kst without
problems even though the config information is missing from the .kst.
So the test you have to do is store a .kst, change the default settings to
something else than the right settings for the file you have used, and reload
That said, I have just had a look in the .kst and the config now seems to be
written to the file (the data section is not empty as in the snippets above).
However, when I do the above test (i.e. removing the key for that specific file
and changing ASCII defaults to something different than what it needs) then I
can't reload the .kst. So it seems at this point the config is saved, but I'm
not closing the bug as it seems to be improperly read back when loading the
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