From: Matthew Gates <matthewg42@gm...> - 2007-06-23 15:04:27
We have a bug on old Windows machines which have no user profiles set up.
QDir::homeDir() returns "C:/", and we append "/Stellarium" to this, causing
a problem with a double separator.
While reporting this bug, one user expressed annoyance with Stellarium
creating a directory in the root of his c: drive.
I've made a change so that if QDir::homeDir() returns c:\ (or similar), the
user directory will be set to the installation directory, like it used to
I cannot test this change.