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Re: GNUstep directory in userhome

From: Michael Scheibler
Subject: Re: GNUstep directory in userhome
Date: Mon, 5 Mar 2001 10:25:45 +0100

/* User's Defaults database */
static NSString *GNU_UserDefaultsPrefix = @"GNUstep";
static NSString *GNU_UserDefaultsDatabase = @".GNUstepDefaults";
static NSString *GNU_UserDefaultsDatabaseLock = @".GNUstepUDLock";

Would it be possible, to make the location of the defaults database
variable? Why doesn't NSUserDefaults read the environment variable


----- Original Message -----
From: "Richard" <address@hidden>
To: "Michael Scheibler" <address@hidden>
Sent: Thursday, March 01, 2001 3:37 PM
Subject: Re: GNUstep directory in userhome

> Michael Scheibler wrote:
> > I intend to use only gnustep-base on mingw32. Unfortunately gnustep
> > its user defaults in my home directory. It contains no necessary
> > information - and it won't ever.
> > I agree that it is necessary if using teh complete gnustep environment,
> > I only want to use it as class library for my software.
> > Is it possible to include a switch to turn off this feature?
> Not trivially (though it wouldn't be *too* hard).
> Of course, any switch of this sort would normally be a user default ...
> Are you sure you will never want to use the NSUserDefaults class?
> It's used for all sorts of things - localisation for instance.

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