eric at sandall.us
Wed May 24 18:06:49 EDT 2006
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On Thu, 25 May 2006, Ladislav Hagara wrote:
>>> Having to change providers is annoying, it should just do it for you
>>> (default to what's installed for most cases, else prompt). Also it really
>>> shouldn't prompt you every single time you cast the spell.
>> What should do it for us? You're not expected to change providers
>> often (xfree86 -> xorg being an example). What shouldn't prompt every
>> time you cast a spell? If you mean asking what should provide FOO,
>> then it does ask every time, but defaults to what has already been
>> chosen for FOO further up the chain or is already installed or the
>> first on the list if none of the above (unless you used `sorcery
>> default add` to set it ;)).
> Personally I agree with Jeremy. It is annoying if I have to choose
> providers every time I cast the spell.
> "cast" could ask only for new providers. I know it was discussed
> already and probably majority of developers prefered this behaviour.
You don't have to 'answer' it as it'll default to what is already
installed/selected. If you don't like hitting "ENTER" Yet Another Time
you can lower your PROMPT_DELAY (or even set it to "0" to skip all
> BTW, why "cast -r -c spell" remembers last settings. I remember the time
> when "cast -r -c" was the same as it was for the first time I cast the
> Now it remember my settings.
> For example I prefered devel version of spell, now I would like to run
> stable version and "cast -r -c" proposes devel version even the default
> version is stable.
It defaults to what you last chose, -r just lets you choose again
rather than skipping persistent variables (e.g. from config_query).
Eric Sandall | Source Mage GNU/Linux Developer
eric at sandall.us | http://www.sourcemage.org/
http://eric.sandall.us/ | SysAdmin @ Inst. Shock Physics @ WSU
http://counter.li.org/ #196285 | http://www.shock.wsu.edu/
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