On Thu, 08 May 2003 13:34:16 -0400
Hall Stevenson <email@example.com> wrote:
> Yes, actually running the app should create the directory. But installing
> it shouldn't and I've never seen it. Any hidden dirs in my $HOME are from
> apps I've run. Why possibly clutter up a user's dir with application dirs
> for something, or many things, they may never run ??
> In the original poster's message, as I recall, VNC complained about not
> finding a .vnc directory. I would think that part of it's startup is to
> check for existence of ~/.vnc and if it doesn't exist, create it.
You and Jamin are probably right about that. I wasn't sure exactly when the
directories were created, but I know I didn't need to do it.
IMO the bug here is against VNC.