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    • Kurt Hindenburg's avatar
      Remove extra semi colons · 60b5e7e6
      Kurt Hindenburg authored
      60b5e7e6
    • Kurt Hindenburg's avatar
      Fix return never reached warning · 8fdc52e1
      Kurt Hindenburg authored
      8fdc52e1
    • Kurt Hindenburg's avatar
      Remove unused function · a8de3906
      Kurt Hindenburg authored
      a8de3906
    • Gustavo Carneiro's avatar
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    • Ahmad Samir's avatar
      Call addProfile after a path has been set for a new profile · c2451f62
      Ahmad Samir authored
      When saving the fallback profile to a new profile, we have to delay
      calling addProfile until after a path has been set for the new profile.
      This is because ProfileModel::populate calls ProfileManager::sortProfiles,
      and the latter skips profiles that have path == FALLBACK/ .
      
      This also seems to take care of duplicate entries in "Switch Profile"
      menu, with respect to the fallback profile after saving.
      c2451f62
    • Ahmad Samir's avatar
      Improve handling of the fallback profile · feb21808
      Ahmad Samir authored
      Modify changeProfile to always work on the Profile::Ptr arg it's called
      on,this is needed to be able to call setProfile from EditProfileDialog
      aftersaving the fallback profile; the fallback profile is special in
      many ways,most important of which is that it's never saved to a .profile
      on disk, sincechangeProfile is going to give the newly saved profile a
      unique name, e.g."Profile 1", we need to update the EditProfileDialog
      with the new profile,so that saving settings works and actually modifies
      the new profile ratherthan the fallback one. This also means that the
      profile ptr that the currentSession is using will point to the
      modified/saved profile and not thefallback one.
      
      After the fallback profile is "saved" to a new profile, we init another
      instance of the fallback profile, so that it's always availabe in the
      "Switch profile" context menu.
      
      Reserve the profile name "Default" for the fallback profile.
      feb21808