On 7 Jul 2016 11:44 PM, "Neumann, Andreas" <a.neum...@carto.net> wrote:
> Hi Richard,
> Thanks - it behaves exactly the same on Ubuntu.
> I am inclined to close this bug http://hub.qgis.org/issues/14255 if Paolo
is the only one experiencing this issue. Seems like a local issue with his
I can help clarify the situation a bit:
- In 2.14 a bug was introduced which automatically added user's home
folders to the svg paths. That's fixed now, but users may still have that
- there's a valid bug regarding endless loops with symlinks, that should be
- but mostly, I think the svg loading needs to be moved to a non blocking
background thread. So please keep the report open until this is addressed.
> On 2016-07-07 15:37, Richard Duivenvoorde wrote:
>> On 07-07-16 15:15, Neumann, Andreas wrote:
>>> Hi Nelson,
>>> Thanks for checking.
>>> Are you sure the users home directory is added to the SVG paths by
>>> default on Debian? I can't confirm this on Ubuntu.
>>> I thought that by default this setting is empty.
>> I'm on Debian Testing;
>> I do not have a clean install available, but if I start qgis from
>> commandline here with a fresh config:
>> qgis --configpath /tmp/foo
>> I end up with two items in the svg path:
>> The first one is the svg directory of my installation (self compiled),
>> the second is a svg directory in the configpath (which is your home dir
>> by default I think?)
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