I downloaded rox and tried it on a Celeron 500.
I had no idea what the name stood for, I just assumed it meant 'rocks'
as in 'kicks ass'.
Now I wonder about the choice of Choices?
I am used to names like defaults, rc, init, etc. but why 'Choices' where
did it come from?
I hacked my version to call it .rox_Defaults (like .pbDefault) and to
look for ROX_HOME in the environment.
Strictly for my own convenience, memory fades with age, and I always
look for familiar names.
But now I am curious ...?? Should I change it back?
What is its semantics compared to 'defaults', 'rc', 'conf' or 'init' ?
From: Lars Hansson <lars@un...> - 2004-09-20 10:23:40
> I hacked my version to call it .rox_Defaults (like .pbDefault) and to
> look for ROX_HOME in the environment.
> Strictly for my own convenience, memory fades with age, and I always
> look for familiar names.
You dont have to hack it at all for this, just set CHOICESPATH to
wherever you want it to store the settings, ie
in your .xsession/.xinitrc script.
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