When I do
$ gsettings list-schemas
I get lot of schemas but I am interested only in looking through schemas starting with
basically all schemas which have to do with MATE but there doesn't seem to be a way. The manpage doesn't have any examples.
I did try to do it blind like
$ gsettings list-schemas org.mate.* Usage: gsettings [--schemadir SCHEMADIR] list-schemas [--print-paths] List the installed (non-relocatable) schemas Arguments: SCHEMADIR A directory to search for additional schemas
can somebody suggest a better way?
To be more precise -
If I do -
$ gsettings list-schemas | wc -l 217
I have 217 schemas as of this writing, of this some will be like
and there may be others such as -
which I am not interested in atm.
I need a way to grep through the schemas without exposing any keys.
A dirty way is doing is -
$ gsettings list-keys org.mate. <TAB key> Display all 132 possibilities? (y or n)
but I am guessing there is a better way.