You can use the –load option with this file. Migration to its replacement, GSettings and dconf , is ongoing. Install schemas from schema definition files when you install an application. This page was last edited on 1 January , at Let’s look at the example from above. This also illustrates what I meant by key-value pair above.
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This page was last sft on 1 Januaryat Frequently, the features are targeted at “power users,” and the developer simply doesn’t want to clutter up the normal preference dialog. Similarly, if the “Type: For instance, if you would like to show the icon for you trash on the desktop simply run:.
Ensure that the GConf daemon, gconfd-2is not running before you use this option. It is often simpler to enter a gcnf line command in the terminal than digging around in Gconf’s GUI tool. If you’d simply like to see a key’s value, use –get:. The last source is where schemas are usually stored – see the next section.
The second lock is to ensure only one program accesses the XML config source at a time. Gfonf article at http: This technology is vital for the snazzy “instant apply” UI of GNOME 2, and vital for writing applications made up of multiple out-of-process components.
As a secondary task, it caches values, so each application doesn’t have to parse XML files. It should exit a couple of minutes after the last application using GConf has exited.
The reason why you need to be backward compatible is so that users don’t lose their settings when they upgrade the application version. Free and open-source software portal. An application using GConf should provide a description for each key it creates inside the GConf database. If you can’t figure out what’s going on, mail gconf-list gnome.
GConf includes a command line tool, gconftool Some kinds of value have conventional representations in the GConf database. Views Read Edit View history. Its architecture consists of a session daemon that initializes various sources of configuration schemas on user login.
Each key is either a directory containing more keys, or has a value. Each source can also be set to read-only, in order to create a default basic configuration, e. Sets the value of a preference key, and writes the value to the user configuration source.
It is similar to the Windows Registry. You can use the gconftool—2 command to perform the following tasks:.
GConf comes with a command line tool called gconftool-1 for version 1 or gconftool-2 for version 2 that you can use to get an idea what’s going on. Planned maintenance scheduled April 23, at Use the following options with the –set-schema option to specify the attribute that you want to update:.
Keys can have a schema name associated with them.