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Re: [gcmd-dev] new config dir

From: Michael
Subject: Re: [gcmd-dev] new config dir
Date: Mon, 1 Apr 2019 14:49:06 +0200


(with CC to Michael Vogt)

So should we suggest to upgrade the Debian version to 1.8.0 because that will 
enable a smooth migration to 1.10 later on ?

> > 1) On my 'rolling' Debian ('testing') there's still only 1.4.8 available 
> > and it
> > uses ~/.gnome-commander/gnome-commander.xml. There's possibly a problem if 
> > you
> > switch off .gnome-commander and much later, Debian upgrades with a big leap
> > from 1.4.8 to some 1.1x ... -> who will be responsible to write a migration
> > script ?
> I already noticed that Debian is way behind the current version of Gnome
> Commander. Unfortunately I do not know who the package maintainer there is 
> but I
> think it would be a good thing to find out who it is and ask to upgrade
> gcmd to a more recent version.


> > 2) My gcmd version uses both dirs ~/.gnome-commander and .gnome2 for config 
> > files.
> > Are you planning to merge and move all configs to ~/.config/gnome-commander 
> > ?
> > Which is the default for debian based sitros, according to some freedesktop
> > deliberations, and i strongly support it.
> Yes I am planning to move the settings from ~/.gnome-commander into
> ~/.config/gnome-commander. This is what happens when you start version 1.10.0 
> the
> fist time. But the files in there are also renamed into xxx.deprecated,
> because they are actually also copied into the GSettings data base. All 
> deprecated
> files can be removed by the user later on. I just left them for security 
> reasons.

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