Re: guile gnome-terminal macros take 1

Adding other files to ~/.gnome won't really confuse gnome_config unless
you try to access keys by that name.  You can already add GTK RC files to
that directory, so it is not as if this would be the only non gnome_config
file in ~/.gnome.

James Henstridge.


On Sun, 28 Feb 1999, Maciej Stachowiak wrote:

> 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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