As current code, osc/conf.py:722
the specified oscrc file, whether or not ~/.oscrc, should be writable for
But in some cases, users want to run osc as special user, e.g. nobody in
some daemons, and there's no
a proper place to store the writable oscrc.
If osc can support global readonly oscrc for system wide configuration,
the things can be easier.
My question is: should osc support the readonly global oscrc? Is there
any potential security issue?
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