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Martin Aspeli wrote:
> Tres Seaver wrote:
>>> I think it's wrong :) The export functionality suffers from the same
>>> problen as the import functionality: the export steps defined in
>>> extension profiles are only used if they have been selected once.
>>> In other words: it is just as unpredictable.
>> What is unpredictable? If you import an extension profile, its steps
>> (both export and import) get grafted into the effective baseline profile.
> Yes, that's true and "right".
> What's unpredictable is that it gets grafted in (at least to import steps, I
> haven't tested export steps) even if you only *look* at the profile in the
> Import tab. As soon as you select a profile to look at what steps it offers,
> those steps are forever part of the registry, whether you run them or not.
Ah, OK. I wouldn't mind seeing that side effect go away, although the
architecture may make it difficult.
Tres Seaver +1 540-429-0999 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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