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[Solved]How to set to a Config file?


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I've currently got a configuration file being written to, using the line:


	Consts.hasInitialAudioSetupBeenDisplayed = config.get("Audio", "audioSetup", false).getBoolean(false);


How would I set this value in the config file to say, true? I've tried to do the same .get() then a .set(), but it did not work.

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Well I'm not sure if i get what your wanting 100% but i think your trying to rewrite the file correct?


As far as i know you can't. The way i would do it is delete the file using built in java io then rewrite the whole config file again with a setBoolean(true), Mabye.


Once again - I'm not sure if this is what you wanted or wether you can or not but this is how i would do it.

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different instance


There are three kinds of programming errors:


Off-by-one errors and bad reference errors.

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