Even though this issue is fixed for 0.9.3 which will be released later this
week, you can disable the persistence across instances by unchecking the
"Restore Last Workspace on Startup" check-box located in the 'General' tab
What you can't do is specify which connections you don't want automatically
opened on startup ... I will add this feature to 0.9.4
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Adam Hooper" <adamh@stripped>
To: "Shawn" <javajunkie@stripped>
Cc: "Adrian Lew" <adrian.lew@stripped>; <mysqlcc@stripped>
Sent: Monday, August 18, 2003 9:49 PM
Subject: Re: MySQL CC 0.9.2 beta locking up
> By default, no items are opened on startup. However, there is
> persistence across MySQLCC instances: If you quit from MySQLCC, it will
> open up the same connections to the same databases the next time you
> start MySQLCC. So just right-click on a connection and click on
> 'Disconnect' and it won't bother you on startup any more.
> If you can't stand opening the server connection even one more time to
> disable it, you can always edit ~/.mysqlcc/mysqlcc.cfg -- the parameter
> is "Open Items." Edit the file while MySQLCC is NOT running. Your
> changes won't be permanent though: If you delete a server from the 'Open
> Items' list, MySQLCC will only not connect to that server the next time
> you start it up. But if in that session or a subsequent one you connect
> to the server and quit without disconnecting, the connection will be put
> into the 'Open Items' list until you either disconnect or edit manually.
> I'm explaining a simple concept much more confusingly than I should. Ah
> Adam Hooper
> Shawn wrote:
> > in Linux there is a .mysqlcc folder
> > in it is a connections folder and when debugging my previous problem I
> > would just take the files out of there (one file per defined
> > connection). If you search for mysqlcc.cfg, that is in the same folder
> > (.mysqlcc) as the connections folder (for linux at least).
> > I am not an expert, but just trying to help you along until a better
> > answer comes your way.
> > Hope that helps.
> >> Is there a config file I can change to tell it to NOT
> >> open a connection to a specific host upon start-up??
> >> Can someone help?
> >> Thanks,
> >> Adrian
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