Re: GConf vs. bonobo-config

Daniel Veillard wrote:

> On Sat, Jun 16, 2001 at 02:46:56AM +0200, Martin Baulig wrote:
> > With GNOME 2, there are no "non-component based apps", Bonobo is integral part of the
> > platform, so you always have bonobo-config in your app.
>   Martin, could you tell me then how a non-Gnome program would be able
> to access some of the configuration options ? I have heard in the recent
> past nice things like "we will share user options with KDE or other
> desktops" and it seems things are been planned suddenly which will make
> this pretty hard to do. Configuration is low level, it is owned by
> the user, it should be easily accessible by tools outside of the original
> context. How is this gonna work ?

You only have to link against libbonobo, which is very lightweight. So where is the

- Dietmar

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