Sorry if I'm being pedantic, but "recondite" might be a more appropriate adjective for GNOME's gconf formats.
@sir when dconf was first introduced there were claims that it vastly improved startup times but I didn't really believe the hype, and given the way gsettings schemas introduce more filesystem objects I don't see how things are actually simplified in practice. has anybody revisited this stuff with a critical eye?
@sir text files are also proprietary.
here, let me store your keys in URI-encoded.
here, let me store your keys in fucking C string literal syntax, complete with concatenation feature and embed NUL.
here, let me store your keys as arrays of C string literals, so you can have paths/pseudo-objects.
here, let me store your config as a Lua file, with recursive tables as keys.
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