Am 20.12.2015 um 02:15 schrieb Rex Dieter:
Reindl Harald wrote:
> you can follow the specs without create a mess
OK, how exactly? I'm genuinely curious how we can have bot The only
concrete suggestion you made so far didn't follow the specification.
>>> what are my *current* kate setting to duplicate on another machine or
>>> just to backup and restore?
>> At a guess, anything that matches: ~/.config/kate* ~/.local/share/kate/
> fine - a mess
> a sane application would just have *one* config file or if that is for
> whatever reason not enough *one folder* containing all its settings
> "~/.config/kate* ~/.local/share/kate/" is a joke
I was erring on the side of caution, most likely all that is required is the
but it also depends on your defintion of "kate config". Does that include
the kate kpart plugin that can be used in other applications?
Remember, ~/.local/share is for application *data*, does that count as
configuration to you?
well, the real problem is that i am even not able to answer that
questions because i have no idea what is considered as application data
the desired result is: let a kde application appear identically on a
different user account or after a restore including anything from
tab-width, show line numbers, default charset up to toolabr settings and