Re: dconf

Le vendredi 03 avril 2009 à 12:15 -0400, Ryan Lortie a écrit :
> Behdad Esfahbod wrote:
> > But that still doesn't solve the problem of using the same key from two 
> > totally different applications, which is not quite uncommon these days.
> > Say, font size, colors, default applications, etc.  How does that work?
> Some library or service or core component would be responsible for 
> installing the schema for these things.  The schemas are name-spaced 
> like 'org.gnome.whatever', and installed in a central location, so 
> applications can easily use schemas provided by other libraries.

Is it possible to have several layers of settings? Being able to
override a GConf schema or provide a mandatory value at different levels
is a popular feature among derived distributions and users with large

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