Devel::WxProf::Manual - How to use WxProf
wxprofile's preferences are stored in the
.wxprofile directory in the current user's application data directory (home directory on UNIX) in YAML.
There are two kinds of preferences: User preferences and dynamic preferences.
Dynamic preferences are stored in
dynamic_preferences in the preferences directory.
Dynamic preferences are read at program start, and written at program end. They cover data such as the default directory, or window size and position (not implemented yet).
Errors reading or writing dynamic preferences are ignored.
If wxprofile does not remember it's last open location, you should check the following:
The application data directory exists and is read/writeable.
perl -MFile::HomeDir -e "print File::HomeDir->my_data"
will tell you the location of that directory (or what perl thinks it is...).
wxprofile stores it's preferences in the directory
.wxprofile in the application data directory. The directory will be created if not present.
If it is present, check whether it is read- and writeable.
Check whether there is a file named
dynamic_preferences in the preferences directory. If there is one, along with one or more
dynamic_preferences.1234 files, wxprofile cannot rename its temp file back to
dynamic_preferences is read-/writable.
Copyright 2008 Martin Kutter.
This file is part of Devel::WxProf. You may distribute/modify it under the same terms as perl itself
Martin Kutter <martin.kutter fen-net.de>
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