Sorry, I don’t think I am explaining myself very well.
So, BoxWallet is an app that allows the user to install a core crypto currency wallet of their choice. First, they would run the command:
boxwallet coin - Then they would choose a coin that they’d like to install.
Upon selection, BoxWallet will then work out what directory the coin project will be using to store it’s config file. In the example of Divi, it stores it’s data in the directory
So, I need to create a file called
divi.conf and a directory
~/.divi and put the
divi.conf file into the
Then, when I start the Divi daemon file, it will then read the
divi.conf in the
~/.divi and will then proceed to download all of the blockchain data that it requires.
So, each coin has a different directory that it uses, which are mainly
.dirs off of the users home folder, and I need to be able to create all of them.
With the above in mind, I’m presuming that I would need a personal-file for every
.dir directory that I would need to create/access?