Re: grdb 0.0.1 (krdb for gnome)

On Mon, 21 Feb 2000, Miguel de Icaza wrote:

> > Sorry, if you don't think this is the appropriate place to post this.
> > 
> > grdb wants to end up gnome's equivalent to krdb. Currently, you'll have
> > to run it at gnome startup and each time you change your theme.
> I am not sure what krdb is :-)
> I ran grdb, and I did not notice it doing anything really.  Can you
> explain what it does?
> It seems like my xterms changed color, I will assume they changed to
> the current theme color?

That is correct, here is a brief explination of what krdb does:

1) parse through the current KDE color and font prefs
2) insert these settings on top of templates for various apps which it
gets from /usr/share/apps/kdisplay/app-defaults/.
3) feed the output into xrdb

xrdb then institutes these changes for the current session.

All the above is to the best of my knowledge.

Chris Ausbrooks

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