Libgconf-bridge

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== Architectural Details ==
 
== Architectural Details ==
* In case an application 'hangs' in a state we want to be able to reset the state of the application.
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* In case an application 'hangs' in a state we want to be able to reset the state of the application. <br> This can be be done through the context menu in mainmenu.
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== Implementation Recommendations ==
 
== Implementation Recommendations ==

Revision as of 00:57, 14 April 2007

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Overview

libgconf-bridge is a utility library for binding GObject properties to GConf keys. It is intended to save the application programmer from having to implement property synchronisation manually.


Use

  • We want to save the state of a program and restore it at the next start

Constraints

(None)

Architectural Details

  • In case an application 'hangs' in a state we want to be able to reset the state of the application.
    This can be be done through the context menu in mainmenu.

Implementation Recommendations

(None)

Unresolved Issues

  • How robust is gconf in case of (disk) memory shortage or sudden power loss situations?

Questions and Answers

(None)

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Overview

libgconf-bridge is a utility library for binding GObject properties to GConf keys. It is intended to save the application programmer from having to implement property synchronisation manually.


Use

  • We want to save the state of a program and restore it at the next start

Constraints

(None)

Architectural Details

  • In case an application 'hangs' in a state we want to be able to reset the state of the application.
 This can be be done through the context menu in mainmenu

Implementation Recommendations

(None)

Unresolved Issues

  • How robust is gconf in case of (disk) memory shortage or sudden power loss situations?

Questions and Answers

(None)