[Fedora-packaging] Config Files in Home Dir
a.badger at gmail.com
Mon May 24 04:14:22 UTC 2010
On Sat, May 22, 2010 at 10:31:13AM -0400, Jameson wrote:
> I maintain a package that when run for the first time creates a file,
> ~/.projectM/config.inp. The package previously needed symlinks to
> fonts because the location of the fonts was hard-coded. I have since
> removed the symlinks, and patched the package so that config.inp will
> be created pointing to the real font files. However, when one
> upgrades from the previous version to a new one, the config.inp file
> still points to they symlinks. What is the appropriate way to deal
> with this?
The application should detect this situation on startup and correct the
A Fedora package should not attempt to touch things in the users' home
directories at package install/remove/upgade time.
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