Re: Betreff: some devel-questions
- From: Steffen Klemer <masterofheap gmx net>
- To: balsa-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Betreff: some devel-questions
- Date: Thu, 1 May 2003 18:36:21 +0200
Am 2003.05.01 14:40 schrieb(en) email@example.com:
> > GConf is easy to use, especially on single variables or strings.
> The question is, it is a good idea to port balsa to GConf?
> > (If I understand GConf correct, then GConf provide a diff between
> local settings, system-settings and user-definde-setting. If I
> work on two PCs, so every PC can have other fonts (this is
> but my email-account is the same (user-settings) - so, if we use
> GConf with balsa, we should split conf-data in this parts.)
I can't really follow you here...
Sure you have to arrange all the keys in a senseful way in different
folders (directories) under /apps/balsa but what do you mean with split?
It's enough if there are
/apps/balsa/Mails (for things like forwarding and such...)
with perhaps other dirs there...
From what I've learned in  you are able to make every key only
readable and to distribute every key with another plugin (and that way to
have network-wide unchangeable presets)
Just my 0,0000002 ct :-)
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