ecoffey at gmail.com
Wed May 23 11:40:55 EDT 2007
This may be a bit off the issue, but for at least development -c blahness is
a good idea so that you don't unintentionally eff your own personal config.
As for making account enabling / disabling UI specific that seems to make
some sense to me.
On 5/23/07, Eric Polino <aluink at gmail.com> wrote:
> I ran into something rather annoying and was wondering what the desired
> functionality is.
> Right now I'm working on Finch but am running Pidgin as I work. In Pidgin
> my MSN account is enabled. I'd like it to be disabled in Finch. But when I
> enable it in Pidgin it gets enabled for both Finch and Pidgin; I've
> confirmed this in accounts.xml. So when I fire up Finch it kicks it off
> in Pidgin, so I turn it off in Finch and renable it in Pidgin...and on and
> on... Do we want the UI to (dis|en)able accounts purplewide or only for the
> specific UI it was changed in? My vote is for just the UI it's in. I know
> I could pass a -c nothingdir but that's just ugly for nothing, IMHO.
> On a side note. When I enabled MSN in Pidgin it added settings for
> gnt-gaim to my accounts.xml. Also, Pidgin is refered to as gtk-gaim there
> also. If this is a bug and should be reported I'll do that.
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> are isomorphic to contiguous subsets of the integers."
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