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# This file stores the addresses of config sources for GConf
# When a value is stored or requested, the sources are scanned from top to 
# bottom, and the first one to have a value for the key (or the first one 
# to be writeable) is used to load/store the data.

# See the GConf manual for details

# Look first in systemwide mandatory settings directory
xml:readonly:@sysgconfdir@/gconf.xml.mandatory

# To read in any mandatory settings that the Sys Admin may have created
# prior to a desktop system upgrade. The SysAdmin can stick read-only system
# wide sources in this file.
include @sysgconfdir@/2/local-mandatory.path

# Now see where users want us to look - basically the user can stick arbitrary 
# sources in a ~/.config/gconf.path file and they're inserted here
include "$(USERCONFIGDIR)/gconf/path"
# Legacy file location
include "$(HOME)/.gconf.path"

# Give users a default storage location,
# $(USERCONFIGDIR)/gconf (or $(HOME)/.gconf when it exists, for backward compatibility)
xml:readwrite:$(DEFAULTUSERSOURCE)

# Location for system-wide settings that are set by the defaults mechanism
xml:readonly:@sysgconfdir@/gconf.xml.system

# To read in any defaults settings that the Sys Admin may have created
# prior to a desktop system upgrade. The SysAdmin can stick default values
# system-wide in this file.
include @sysgconfdir@/2/local-defaults.path

# Finally, look at the systemwide defaults
xml:readonly:@sysgconfdir@/gconf.xml.defaults