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@@ -211,9 +211,9 @@ The easiest is to not install the kconf_update script in the first place, but
manually call it through a pipe. If you want to test the update script for
your application KHello's config file khellorc, you can test by using
- cat ~/.kde/share/config/khellorc | khello_conf_update.sh
+ cat ~/.trinity/share/config/khellorc | khello_conf_update.sh
-(assuming khello_conf_update.sh is the kconf_update script and ~/.kde is your
+(assuming khello_conf_update.sh is the kconf_update script and ~/.trinity is your
$TDEHOME). This is easier than making install every time, but has the obvious
downside that you need to 'parse' your script's output yourself instead of
letting kconf_update do it and check the resulting output file.