Can I use the keep or title_set_by_user key of metadata to store info about my activity
sumit.coder at gmail.com
Mon Aug 3 21:09:25 EDT 2009
This is in continuation with our chat yesterday. The write/report
activity would be having 3 states , I mean whether the user is working
on a blank document , designing a new template or using a previously
designed template. So, what I wanted was to save this state as well
while saving the activity using the write_file method, so that when I
resume my activity from the journal , i should switch over directly to
that state where the user closed the activity.
The only idea I was getting to achieve that was to save the state as a
number in the metadata file and then retrieving it from read_file fn ,
however as I cannot add new keys in 0.82 version as they are lost
over restarts of xo, so I was planning to use the keep or the
title_set_by_user key of the metadata as I didn't find them getting
used anywhere. However, I am not sure whether these are used for some
important work internally by sugar. What do you think would it be safe
to use any of these 2 key values. Is there any other way to achieve
this other than this on 0.82.
I think I can use the hasattr fn to distinguish b/w 0.82 and 0.84 and
do so only if it is a 0.82 version while adding a new key instead in
0.84 version. Kindly give your suggestions.
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