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Re: Writing journal and output file to current directory

From: Ben Pfaff
Subject: Re: Writing journal and output file to current directory
Date: Wed, 15 Oct 2008 20:39:07 -0700
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"Michel Boaventura" <address@hidden> writes:

> The other solution would be install the program in the user folder,
> but each user of the machine will need to install it.

Is that done by any common Windows software?

> In a big network this should be a problem. It will be hard to
> implement? Because we can tell people that for now pspp only works
> in a world writable folder and let this problem for now.

Does it make more sense to do that than to pick a default
user-writable directory?  Or should we prompt the user (perhaps
only the first time the user runs PSPP) for a place to put these

I'd like to come up with a good solution, rather than an easy
solution, unless the good solution is *very* hard :-)
"...I've forgotten where I was going with this,
 but you can bet it was scathing."

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