Diffstat (limited to 'tdecore/kstandarddirs.h')
1 files changed, 6 insertions, 6 deletions
diff --git a/tdecore/kstandarddirs.h b/tdecore/kstandarddirs.h
index 4dbd8656..77fec4ef 100644
@@ -53,7 +53,7 @@ class KStandardDirsPrivate;
* The main idea behind KStandardDirs is that there are several
* toplevel prefixes below which the files lie. One of these prefixes is
* the one where the user installed tdelibs, one is where the
- * application was installed, and one is $HOME/.kde, but there
+ * application was installed, and one is $HOME/.trinity, but there
* may be even more. Under these prefixes there are several well
* defined suffixes where specific resource types are to be found.
* For example, for the resource type "html" the suffixes could be
@@ -63,7 +63,7 @@ class KStandardDirsPrivate;
* To make the thing even more complex, it's also possible to register
* absolute paths that KStandardDirs looks up after not finding anything
* in the former steps. They can be useful if the user wants to provide
- * specific directories that aren't in his $HOME/.kde directory for,
+ * specific directories that aren't in his $HOME/.trinity directory for,
* for example, icons.
* <b>Standard resources that tdelibs allocates are:</b>\n
@@ -114,10 +114,10 @@ class KStandardDirsPrivate;
* @li TDEHOME: The directory where changes are saved to. This directory is
* used to search for resources first. If TDEHOME is not
- * specified it defaults to "$HOME/.kde"
+ * specified it defaults to "$HOME/.trinity"
* @li TDEROOTHOME: Like TDEHOME, but used for the root user.
* If TDEROOTHOME is not set it defaults to the .kde directory in the
- * home directory of root, usually "/root/.kde".
+ * home directory of root, usually "/root/.trinity".
* Note that the setting of $HOME is ignored in this case.
* @see KGlobalSettings
@@ -263,7 +263,7 @@ public:
* specified type and a relative path. So would
* findDirs("apps", "Settings") return
* @li /opt/kde/share/applnk/Settings/
- * @li /home/joe/.kde/share/applnk/Settings/
+ * @li /home/joe/.trinity/share/applnk/Settings/
* Note that it appends / to the end of the directories,
* so you can use this right away as directory names.
@@ -546,7 +546,7 @@ public:
* Returns the toplevel directory in which KStandardDirs
- * will store things. Most likely $HOME/.kde
+ * will store things. Most likely $HOME/.trinity
* Don't use this function if you can use locateLocal
* @return the toplevel directory