Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 293721
devilspie quit with an error message after startup
Last modified: 2008-06-16 22:25:23 EDT
Description of problem:
When I start deveispie after a fresh install, I will get the following error
No s-expressions loaded, quiting
1.) Make a fresh install of the package
2.) Delete Â¨/.devilspie if existing
3.) Call devilspie without any argnuments from a console
I wouldn't necessarily call this a bug. The message states that there is no
config and that's why devilspie quits. So where is the bug and if you think
there is one, what do you suggest to fix it?
That's the normal failure if you not define some rules in ~/.devilspie or
/etc/devilspie. The only thing I could do against that is to create a file
/etc/devilspie/debug.ds with the content:
But then devilspie will always start in debug mode. Maybe asking the author to
implement a better failure message would be the best.
I've asked upstream for a better info message.
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