If I remember right the GTK files are so GTK apps use the KDE / Qt
So that makes sense, yeah.
On Dec 31, 2015 15:56, "Robin Laing" <MeSat(a)telusplanet.net> wrote:
> On 21/12/15 09:02, Rex Dieter wrote:
>> Felix Miata wrote:
>> Rex Dieter composed on 2015-12-20 12:51 (UTC-0600):
>>> a *clear* layout would have been
>>> Maybe, but
>>>> * no one else does it that way
>>> Seriously? You mean besides LibreOffice, Chrom*, VLC, Fontconfig, MC,
>>> SMPlayer, MPV and others?
>> There's a difference between application, e.g. ~/.confing/vlc/, and
>> upstream/toolkit, e.g. ~/.config/kde5/
>> Similarly, I don't see any ~/.config/gtk/ for all gtk apps.
>> I can see the appeal of wanting something like that, but I really can't
>> it's advantages outweighing the disadvantages of doing so.
>> -- Rex
>> kde mailing list
> Just trashed my ~/.config directory and started again due to the issues
> with KDE. It did fix the problems, it seems but the ~/.config directory is
> a mess.
> 44 files for kde configurations from what I quickly see. It would be much
> nicer to have the kde related files in a single directory. There is a
directory as well with one file. A sign of the future?
> There is a gtk-2.0 directory, gtkrc and gtkrc-2.0 files as well.
> The gtkrc and gtkrc-2.0 files were created by KDE according to the headers
> within the files.
Having just upgraded two computers from KDE4 to KDE5, the arrangement of
the config files is a nightmare.
It would be nice if KDE could consolidate the config files into the