[Mono-osx] Scopes all set to "User" but now old .exe.config settings come back?
dan.vandermolen at figpsoft.com
Wed Feb 4 15:19:30 EST 2009
Tomasz Muszyński wrote:
> Wiadomość napisana w dniu 2009-02-03, o godz. 21:42, przez d_v:
>> Matt Emson wrote:
>>> Tomasz Muszyński wrote:
>>>> You are almost right - appSettings are simpler to use, but also
>>>> you very limited functionality,
>>> Used carefully, there's not a lot they can't implement.
>>> I have been using the app.config file (<assembly>.exe.config) file
>>> for a few weeks now in VS 2005.NET in a Windows Form and running the
>>> program on mono 2.2_5 . I just have to set the scope to "User" and
>>> "Application". Well now I notice that it does not seem to use my new
>>> settings. I have no idea where it is getting the old values
>>> from... Not
>>> from the config file anyways in the .exe directory.
>>> I tried:
>>> 1. Setting all properties to "string".
>>> 2. Hitting synchronize in the settings designer.
>>> 3. Changing values in the xml config file after the fact on the Mac.
>>> 4. Running both Debug and Release assemblies.
>>> 5. I rebooted.
> Check files in ~/.local/share/. Mono stores there user.config - You
> can delete that file and then You will have defaults from .exe.config.
> You can also try to call Settings.Reset().
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I used: Properties.Settings.Default.Reset()
It worked great!
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