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Old 09-22-2004, 02:53 AM   #1
theonebeyond
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Script edits KDE-Config?


Hi there!

Yesterday I had to change something in kdeglobals ... since in KDE3.3 the icon handling seems to be .. lets say... not as it was before :-)

I saw that in this file nearly all my configurations to KDE are stored. So,... the idea of automating the task of fitting KDE to my needs came over me.

I think this is something to be done either in perl or shell-script.

I've been doint some things in both... so I'm not a newbie. But some thing I haven't done is simply changing some line in a file.

Is there a good functionality in one of those languages, that I haven't heard of, to change a line in a file or do I have to read -> process -> write back to whole file on my own?

Any suggestions?

Greetings, Sascha
 
  


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