On Tue, Oct 5, 2010 at 2:49 AM, Julien Lavergne <gilir@...> wrote:
> Le lundi 04 octobre 2010 à 17:53 +0200, Martin Bagge / brother a écrit :
>> ~/.config/pcmanfm/<profile name>-desktop-icons.conf
>> wouldn't even be in consideration?
> This one should not break compatibility, as it's introduced with the
> desktop icons feature. +1 ! :)
This is the original plan. That's why I didn't use a separate dir for
However, if later we introduce plugins (if this is possible), there
will be more and more config files. So every profile owns its folder
seems to be a better idea.
In addition, if new features are added later and they require
additional config files or data files, current design is not enough.
That's why I'm now considering the expansion.
Previously I want to put most of the things in libfm and pcmanfm is
only a frontend for it. However, later I find it's possible that
pcmanfm will have some features not necessarily being part of libfm
and the related config files should be in ~/.config/pcmanfm rather
than ~/.config/libfm. So here is the problem.
> FYI, Lubuntu is shipped with pcmanfm 0.9.X since 10.04, so it is a
> problem for us if there is this type of breakage.
Is it acceptable if migration from old config file is supported?
I mean, to load the old file, and then write to a new place.
> Julien Lavergne