eric at sandall.us
Wed May 24 18:44:15 EDT 2006
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On Thu, 25 May 2006, Ladislav Hagara wrote:
>>> 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).
> IMHO it is really confusing for our users.
> Is there some possibility to cast the spell with "really defaults"
> settings (same as it was for the first time)?
The only way I know of for this is to remove
/etc/sorcery/local/depends/<spell>*, which is probably not
Eric Sandall | Source Mage GNU/Linux Developer
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http://eric.sandall.us/ | SysAdmin @ Inst. Shock Physics @ WSU
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