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GConf

GConf is a "registry" system, a library applications can use to store key-value pairs persistently. It's written for GNOME, but it does not require GNOME or even X to work. Use outside GNOME is encouraged and will be supported.

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  •  31 Dec 2007 18:30

    Release Notes: Improved documentation. Translation updates.

    •  20 Sep 2002 08:10

      No changes have been submitted for this release.

      •  11 Jul 2002 16:37

        Release Notes: A new release for Gnome2.

        •  27 Mar 2002 21:16

          No changes have been submitted for this release.

          •  25 Sep 2000 05:49

            Release Notes: This release features API clean-ups, robustness enhancements, and bugfixes.

            Recent comments

            24 Jul 2001 02:04 thomppj

            Re: Is this a good thing?

            > Shouldn't we encourage configuration to
            > be stored in flat files whenever
            > necessary?

            no. It is absolutely necessary in this day of computing to have various options for the storage of configuration data...

            10 Aug 2000 01:34 hp

            Flat files
            GConf is simply an abstract API, it can use flat files
            as a backend.

            27 Jul 2000 15:58 bakins

            Is this a good thing?
            Shouldn't we encourage configuration to be stored in flat files whenever necessary?

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