Re: [gnome-db]Re: GConf Path and Keys

On 16 Apr 2001 15:10:56 +0200, Rodrigo Moya wrote:
> On 16 Apr 2001 07:40:57 -0300, Cleber Rodrigues Rosa Junior wrote:
> > Hi Rodrigo,
> > 
> Hi Cleber!
> > Based on the recent discussions on the list, and also because
> > I'm looking into the much needed command line configuration
> > utility for libgda, I'd like to have some specs on the gda config.
> > 
> > I mean, the config path base is /apps/gda, right? What keys are
> > there? What values do they expect? I guess I could get that
> > from the source code, but I think it could be too much work, and
> > the result not accurate. This kind of info should be kept somewhere
> > in the docs aswell.
> > 
> yes, /apps/gda is the config path base, changed the other day. You can
> see all the available config sections and keys in the file
> /libgda/lib/gda-common/gda-config.h. I think all the current ones are
> listed there.
> If you could write a small chapter for the docs about this, that would
> be great!
> Also, if you want to work on a command line tool, I would recommend to
> leave gda-config as it is right now (that is, just as a tool to obtain
> the compilation and linking flags to compile GDA applications), and do a
> new tool (gda-shell, for example), which allows both to manage GDA
> configuration from the command line as well as to open connections and
> execute SQL commands (that is, like psql or mysql or Oracle's sqlplus).
> I think this would be a valuable tool when you don't want to install all
> the GNOME part.
BTW, there's a program, called pgbash (

whose functionality would be great to have in this gda-shell tool :-)


Rodrigo Moya <rodrigo gnome-db org> <rodrigo ximian com>

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