[sugar] Bitfrost compliance for Update.1
Mon Nov 5 20:12:31 EST 2007
On Mon, 5 Nov 2007, Michael Stone wrote:
> On Mon, Nov 05, 2007 at 02:54:23PM +0100, Bert Freudenberg wrote:
>>> "tmp" is transient and "conf" and "data" are persistent.
>> What's the difference between data and conf then?
> The difference concerns how configuration data from old versions of an
> activity are handled.
> The 'data' dir is per-activity-version.
> The conf dir is also per-activity-version but, the first time you launch
> a new version [and only the first time, if we can engineer it], the
> conf-dir for the new version will contain a read-only copy of a previous
> version's conf data for you to scan, if you wish.
For my activty, os.environ['SUGAR_ACTIVITY_ROOT'] (in a jhbuild) is
and these are the directories that exist when the activity is running:
[paulproteus at f7 logs]$ find
[paulproteus at f7 logs]$
So, am I expected to mkdir() the
(etc.) directories myself?
In both an environment where I used sugar-install-bundle and one where I
just "cp"'d it into place, the above seems to be the existing directory
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