[compiz] Read commandline defaults from a file?
drago01 at gmail.com
Sat Jul 28 01:46:00 PDT 2007
David Reveman wrote:
> On Thu, 2007-07-12 at 10:42 +0200, dragoran wrote:
>> Right now compiz has hardcoded defaults for command line options like
>> direct vs indirect rendering etc.
>> Because most users use scripts like gnome-wm to start compiz its not
>> that easy for them to change this options. My solution would be to have
>> a file (~/.compizrc) where the default values are saved. So that compiz
>> checks for the file first and pic up this values. If no file is found it
>> fails back to the hardcoded one.
>> Would this cause any problems? If not I can implement it and send patches.
> We should just make all these command line options real options with
> metadata attached to them. That way you can easily patch the metadata
> files to change the default values for them or override them by putting
> you're own metadata files in ~/.compiz.
but can settings like direct/indirect rendering be set this way?
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