Re: guile gnome-terminal macros take 1

James Henstridge wrote:
> gnome_util_home_file prepends ~/.gnome/ onto the filename, not just ~/.

Mightn't that confuse the gnome-config stuff then?

> You may want a default script file if the module won't work without a
> script (most programs come with defaults that can be changed by the user
> -- it is much easier to change an existing file than to create a new
> config file in many cases).

I agree it's nice to have one as an example, and usually to have one
as a default. However, in this case, it just seems weird that when you
enable the Guile scripting extension for gnome-terminal, various unexpected
changes happen to your terminal setup until you specifically create a
(possibly empty) config file of your own.

 - Maciej

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