Flags to pass to
g_file_set_contents_full() to affect its safety and performance.
Available since: 2.66
No guarantees about file consistency or durability. The most dangerous setting, which is slightly faster than other settings.
Guarantee file consistency: after a crash,
either the old version of the file or the new version of the file will be
available, but not a mixture. On Unix systems this equates to an
Guarantee file durability: after a crash, the
new version of the file will be available. On Unix systems this equates to
Only apply consistency and durability guarantees if the file already exists. This may speed up file operations if the file doesn’t currently exist, but may result in a corrupted version of the new file if the system crashes while writing it.