Intro + a bug

Josh Sled jsled at
Tue Aug 7 21:20:52 EDT 2007

Mike or Penny Novack <stepbystepfarm at> writes:
> I have asked there whether this problem is "top level directory name" or 
> "anywhere in the path" because if the former, there may be a 
> (relatively) easy fix. GnuCash is the first "open app for Windows" that 
> I have encountered so far that did NOT create a directory in the user 
> data directory to contain all its configuration data but instead drops 
> all of these directories (and file) separately into the user data 
> directory without grouping them into one subdirectory (increases the 
> risk of a "name conflict" problem and complicates backup*).

Uh, I'm not sure exactly what you mean, but GnuCash does (should) create a
$HOME/.gnucash/ dir for its own storage, as well as leveraging the
$HOME/.gconf/ storage we've talked about.

...jsled - a=jsled;; echo ${a}@${b}
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