[Spambayes] Details in headers
T.A.Meyer at massey.ac.nz
Wed Jan 29 09:22:26 EST 2003
> For those in the windows crowd, please tell me a sensible
> place to look
> for a .ini file
This was asked before I think, so I guess it needs an answer :)
Based on a search through my system, the overwhelming vote from developers seems to be in the directory of the application itself (so spambayes/). The leading second choise is in "[main drive]:\Documents and Settings\[username]\Application Data\[Application Name]\".
I suspect the second one, although less common, is more correct. Perhaps that's just they way I'm leaning ;).
This is from a Win2k system; IIRC NT and XP have the same sort of structure, but Win9* would not.
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