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  • Easytrigger shows log error for ini file

    Just updated to Beta 3.0.0.44 and I see this error in the HS log. Is this normal?

    File exists, not overwriting: C:\Program Files (x86)\HomeSeer HS3\Config\\EasyTrigger.ini

  • #2
    Yes. This file stores your custom settings. When installed for the first time there is a default version. The updater has options to either replace an existing file with a new one, or to only install if the file isn't already there. In this case it does the latter, since you don't want it to clobber your settings.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by zwolfpack View Post
      Yes. This file stores your custom settings. When installed for the first time there is a default version. The updater has options to either replace an existing file with a new one, or to only install if the file isn't already there. In this case it does the latter, since you don't want it to clobber your settings.
      Thanks Zwolfpack. Yes I wouldn't want it to erase the stored settings. So I assume you will always get this error since it never overwrites it?

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      • #4
        Correct.

        Probably TMI, but here is the EasyTrigger install control file:

        Code:
        ,[CHECKVERSION],3.0.0.54
        HSPI_EasyTrigger.exe,.,0
        HSPI_EasyTrigger.exe.config,.,0
        NCalc.dll,.\bin\EasyTrigger,0
        fullcalendar.min.js,.\html\js,0
        moment.min.js,.\html\js,0
        fullcalendar.css,.\html\css,0
        EasyTrigger.ini,.\Config\,16
        Note only the EasyTrigger.ini has a code 16 in the last field. The files with code 0 are copied over any existing files, but code 16 inidcates "Do not install the file if the file already exists", per https://www.homeseer.com/support/hom...3/SDK/copy.htm

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        • #5
          Originally posted by zwolfpack View Post
          Correct.

          Probably TMI, but here is the EasyTrigger install control file:

          Code:
          ,[CHECKVERSION],3.0.0.54
          HSPI_EasyTrigger.exe,.,0
          HSPI_EasyTrigger.exe.config,.,0
          NCalc.dll,.\bin\EasyTrigger,0
          fullcalendar.min.js,.\html\js,0
          moment.min.js,.\html\js,0
          fullcalendar.css,.\html\css,0
          EasyTrigger.ini,.\Config\,16
          Note only the EasyTrigger.ini has a code 16 in the last field. The files with code 0 are copied over any existing files, but code 16 inidcates "Do not install the file if the file already exists", per https://www.homeseer.com/support/hom...3/SDK/copy.htm
          Very interesting. Your never to old to learn. The link shows what you are saying about 0 being overwrite and 16 not to overwrite. So thanks for the explanation.

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