Bug#532399: kaboom: settings migration wizard starts for no reason after migration was done once
2009/6/9 Török Edwin <email@example.com>:
> On 2009-06-09 11:27, George Kiagiadakis wrote:
>> Kaboom should create ~/.local/kaboom, which is an empty file that
>> works as an indicator that the migration has run successfully. I guess
>> for some reason it does not create this file in your system. Maybe
>> ~/.local doesn't have enough permissions?
> Well, I've deleted .local once, because it didn't seem to contain
> anything useful.
> There is an empty kaboom file in .local though:
> -rw-r--r-- 1 edwin edwin 0 2009-06-09 09:06 /home/edwin/.local/kaboom
If the file exists, then I don't understand why kaboom starts... The
code in startkde is pretty clear:
if [ ! -f $HOME/.local/kaboom ]
kaboom -style plastique
if [ "$RET" != "0" ]
The first if clause makes sure not to start kaboom if the file exists,
and additionally, kaboom internally checks this again!