sbergman at redhat.com
Thu Mar 21 13:31:36 UTC 2019
At least on Linux, LO might write a file ~/.recently-used (containing
some XML-formatted information about recently opened documents,
<https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/show_bug.cgi?id=122114#c2> for details.
That bugzilla comment also argues that that functionality is likely
unused (at least LO itself never appears to read that file, only write
it) and could probably be removed.
Does anybody know whether that ~/.recently-used is actually usefuly, and
we should continue writing it?
hardcoded location for .recently-used file" about removing that
functionality has recently been turned into an EasyHack, and I'd like to
have it clarified here whether removal is actually OK before some
EasyHacker starts working on it.)
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