On Mon, Aug 7, 2017 at 3:59 PM, Dave Page <dp...@pgadmin.org> wrote:
Surinder - please give this one priority.
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> On Thu, Jul 20, 2017 at 5:03 PM, Dave Page <dp...@pgadmin.org> wrote:
>> Attached is a patch that aims to allow us to have a standardised config
>> that will work out of the box for both web and desktop modes. It does this
>> by doing two things:
>> 1) The runtime sets SERVER_MODE in the Python environment before starting
>> the app. If this value is set, then it overrides the default value of
>> SERVER_MODE in the config.
>> 2) The config file then offers default values for the various file
>> locations for both server and desktop mode, setting them appropriately
>> based on the derived SERVER_MODE value.
>> The only downsides I can see from this are:
>> - You cannot run in server mode in the runtime without manually
>> reconfiguring SERVER_MODE and likely a bunch of paths in config_local.py
>> - If you want to override SERVER_MODE, you'll probably also need to
>> redefine the various paths in config_local.py.
>> I don't see either being something 99.9% of users would need though.
>> Can anyone see if the patch breaks anything, or if I missed any side
>> Is it likely to break things during upgrades? I suspect so... so maybe
>> this should prompt v2.0?
>> I'd appreciate multiple reviews of this, as it could break things. Note
>> that I haven't yet updated the docs.
>> Dave Page
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