BTW, this means that you've either deleted your config file or you haven't moved it to $XDG_CONFIG_HOME. Likewise you need to move your library (local_library.dat) and the covers directory previously in ~/.grotesque to $XDG_DATA_HOME (see the note at the bottom of the release notes I posted).
I'm simply creating the Gentoo build script so I can't assume that the end user has any previous config files around.
Ahh that makes sense!
Btw, I'm not sure how Arch build scripts work, but the Gentoo ones contain checksums of the downloaded tarball. So changing an already released version is generally a bad idea because if the checksum fails, the package can't be installed by anyone
I'm updating the md5 sum each time and bumping the release number in the PKGBUILD but you're right that this can cause problems. From now on, I'll upload separate releases, keeping the old versions up (I mean 0.9.3, 0.9.3-1, 0.9.3-2, etc). Sorry if this has caused any inconvenience for you. Needless to say, this is my first time distributing software like this, so it has been a learning process for me. I appreciate your input...I'll get it right eventually.
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