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FS#7539 - Cleanup .rockbox root folder

Attached to Project: Rockbox
Opened by Dagni McPhee (donutman25) - Sunday, 05 August 2007, 04:32 GMT
Last edited by Jonathan Gordon (jdgordon) - Tuesday, 07 August 2007, 04:47 GMT
Task Type Patches
Category Configuration
Status Closed
Assigned To No-one
Operating System All players
Severity Low
Priority Normal
Reported Version Daily build (which?)
Due in Version Undecided
Due Date Undecided
Percent Complete 100%
Votes 0
Private No


The .rockbox root folder on my sansa was untidy with the database files being store there. I organized it a little by putting all the database files in a folder called database.
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Closed by  Jonathan Gordon (jdgordon)
Tuesday, 07 August 2007, 04:47 GMT
Reason for closing:  Rejected
Additional comments about closing:  the .rockbox folder is explicitly for rockbox files, there is no need to try to clean it up, users should never actualy go into it.
Comment by Robert Kukla (roolku) - Sunday, 05 August 2007, 14:38 GMT
I have been using more or less exactly the same patch in my local build for a long time, but I am hesitant to commit it as people will lose their old database information unless they move/rename the files.
Comment by Paul Louden (Llorean) - Sunday, 05 August 2007, 22:22 GMT
You shouldn't be browsing into the .rockbox folder ever, so why is this even remotely necessary?
Comment by Dagni McPhee (donutman25) - Sunday, 05 August 2007, 22:44 GMT
Sheesh!! As the title states i just wanted to put some order into the .rockbox folder. If its that much of a problem for you and a such critical waste of resources i guess you can close it.
Comment by Paul Louden (Llorean) - Sunday, 05 August 2007, 23:04 GMT
Well, I was simply wondering if there was a justification for this patch to make it worth causing mass confusion for all current users of the database. It's not like other runtime generated files (glyphcache, nvram.bin) aren't put in /.rockbox/, so I felt perhaps there was some other reasoning than "I like it better this way" which seems like a poor excuse to break things, even briefly.