On Sat, 2 Apr 2011 22:29:44 -0400
Joey Hess <j...@kitenet.net> wrote:

> Richard Hartmann wrote:
> > the second request is that running mr anywhere without a .mrconfig in
> > $PWD, I would love to have mr read ~/.mrconfig by default (or possibly
> > $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/mr/config (no leading dot)). That would make running
> > mr from anywhere a lot easier & convenient.
> 
> This is the default behavior from mr 1.00 on. In previous versions,
> it can be enabled by the -p flag.
> 
> Note that you have to configure trust settings or mr will be very picky
> about the contents of .mrconfig files it finds in random directories.
> 

I use mr 1.02-3, it definitely doesn't find $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/mr/config by 
default.

$ wc -l $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/mr/config
2 /home/dieter/.config/mr/config
$ mr update
mr update: no repositories found to work on

When I tell it to use the config explicitly, I get (as you said):

$ mr --config /home/dieter/.config/mr/config help
mr: illegal section "[$XDG_DATA_HOME/pim]" in
untrusted /home/dieter/.config/mr/config line 1 (To trust this file, list it
in ~/.mrtrust.)

If I tell mr explicitly to use a specific config, then I think it would be 
reasonable behavior to trust that file.  In fact, the whole reason I put the 
config in $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/mr/config, is to keep my home directory clean, an 
~/.mrtrust file would completely defeat that.

Dieter
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