On Tue, 2009-11-24 at 16:08 -0500, Paul Smith wrote: > I've never needed to do this before when going to a newer version of > Evo; is this supposed to happen automatically some how when a newer > version starts up?
Evolution is now extracting information from those schemas as part of a new centralized settings management subsystem, so the schemas have to be there whereas before they didn't (and in fact we were missing quite a few in older versions). The Makefiles are set up automatically install schema files, but only if you are -NOT- using a custom install prefix, which I assume you are (I am too). I'm not sure I fully understand the rationale for that, but I looked at some other GNOME modules that I consider to be well maintained and they're using similar logic. I assume the intent is to help avoid screwing up your GConf settings. > Should I run --install-schema-file for all the *.schema files in that > directory, just in case, or might that break things? I think just as needed is fine. I've been careful to only add new schemas and not change or remove existing ones. I suspect there's a better way to manage this, but it hasn't occurred to me yet. Matthew Barnes _______________________________________________ Evolution-hackers mailing list Evolutionfirstname.lastname@example.org http://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/evolution-hackers