GNOME configuration database system (D-Bus service)
GConf is a configuration database system for storing application
preferences. It supports default or mandatory settings set by the
administrator, and changes to the database are instantly applied to all
running applications. It is written for the GNOME desktop but doesn't
This package contains the D-Bus enabled daemon that is used internally
by the GConf library to access configuration data.
GConf is a configuration database system, functionally similar to the
Windows registry but lots better. :-) It's being written for the GNOME
desktop but does not require GNOME; configure should notice if GNOME
is not installed and compile the basic GConf library anyway.
GConf does require glib and ORBit. It has optional ldap and xml backends
that require openldap and libxml respectively.
gconf (3.2.3-2) unstable; urgency=low
GConf 3.x introduces important internal changes that allow it to drop
obsolete ORBit libraries in favour of a new D-Bus interface.
While the GConf API remains compatible, after a system running gconfd
2.32 is upgraded to 3.2, newly launched applications will be unable to
talk to the old daemon, and will fail to load their configuration.
* fix an obvious memory error from the last release
thanks to Ionut Biru; apologies to everyone else
* 671581 - don't migrate vendor settings to the user's dconf database
* 652289 - store daemon data in XDG_RUNTIME_DIR
* 670033 - don't crash during sync if gconfd shutting down
* 664031 - D-Bus backend: Add GCONF_DEFAULT_SOURCE
gconf (3.2.5-1+build1) unstable; urgency=low
* No source changes; rebuild with xz compression.
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GNOME 1.4 release (must freeze VERY soon)
The release with 1.4 is not going to be super-useful
Havoc Pennington <email@example.com>
This package was debianized by Vincent Renardias <firstname.lastname@example.org> on
Fri, 12 May 2000 20:53:21
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