Re: Default directory for AfterStep data files

Dhaval Patel (dhaval@patel.sh)
Fri, 22 Aug 2003 11:24:38 -0000


all the afterstep stuff is in afterstep. please leave it in one directory which makes it
easier for backing up. every once in a while i just tar up the Afterstep directory so
that if something happens or i want to set up afterstep on another machine I can just
get that tar and use it, all config options set. my $0.02.

thanks,
dhaval

Stasinos Konstantopoulos <konstant@let.rug.nl> said:

> Op Thu Aug 21 10:24:17 2003 zei Sasha Vasko:
> 
> > Therefore it is proposed to change default directory for AfterStep's 
> > data files to more traditional ~/.afterstep.
> 
> i agree that G/L/A's too much, but .afterstep would add to the .mess.
> i'm personally fond of ~/share/afterstep, but as long as it's
> configurable, who cares?
> 
> if one really wants to be a pedant, the G/L/A directory contains both
> configuration files an arch-independent data files, so it should be
> split between ~/etc/afterstep and ~/share/afterstep, or rather provide
> two configuration options that might or might not end up pointing to the
> same directory.
> 
> just my 2 eurocents,
> s
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