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eet -- Way to change enlightenment .cfg files

I've got recently this mail from enlightenment mailing list:

you have to use "eet" command line utility, it is the tool that reads .src and turns then into .cfg if you check out Makefile (and Makefile.am).

 eet -l e.cfg  # list all keys, usually just "config"
 eet -d e.cfg config e.src # writes human readable values to file e.src
 $EDITOR e.src # change whatever you like
 eet -e e.cfg config e.src 1  # compile human readable values to binary form and use compression

If you find that useful and want to help, please create a wiki page with your new knowledge.


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eet -- Way to change enlightenment .cfg files

I've got recently this mail from enlightenment mailing list:

you have to use "eet" command line utility, it is the tool that reads .src and turns then into .cfg if you check out Makefile (and Makefile.am).

 eet -l e.cfg  # list all keys, usually just "config"
 eet -d e.cfg config e.src # writes human readable values to file e.src
 $EDITOR e.src # change whatever you like
 eet -e e.cfg config e.src 1  # compile human readable values to binary form and use compression

If you find that useful and want to help, please create a wiki page with your new knowledge.


More complete instruction will appear tomorrow