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How to disable writing main.update-history information to ~/.wingpro10/preferences?

Currently, I have the following ~/.wingpro10/preferences file:

werner@x13dai-t:~$ cat ~/.wingpro10/preferences 
[user-preferences]
debug.resolve-properties = True
debug.show-private-variables = False
debug.show-protected-variables = False
debug.show-special-variables = False
edit.qt-display-font = 'display-font-size'
edit.show-line-numbers = True
gui.auto-save-before-action = True
gui.block-comment-style = 'block-indented-pep8'
gui.display-mode = 'light'
gui.qt-display-font = 'DejaVuSansMono Nerd Font Mono,12'
gui.startup-show-wingtips = 0
guimgr.last-wingtips-size = (500,
                             425)
main.last-prefs-page = (4,
                        5)
main.last-properties-pages = {'CProjectPropertiesDialog': 0,
                              'CStartDebugProperties': 0}
main.monitor-support-upgrades = False
main.update-history = [((10,
                         0,
                         4,
                         1),
                        'https://wingware.com/pub/updates/10.0.4.1/linux-x64/cc9fb3349ce9e34663d4bd613a3be8e75a27f6a2.tar.bz2',
                        '2024-05-10 11:27:33'),
                       ((10,
                         0,
                         4,
                         2),
                        'https://wingware.com/pub/updates/10.0.4.2/linux-x64/2f572c3e86aabf36b1b46e27f9eecdda36d62d07.tar.bz2',
                        '2024-05-24 20:26:26')]

But I don't want the main.update-history info appeared there. Is this possible?

Regards, Zhao

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asked 2024-05-24 09:00:15 -0500, updated 2024-05-24 19:47:35 -0500
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There's currently no way to prevent Wing from writing this to the preferences. It's used for diagnostic purposes only and could probably be removed at some point in the future.

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Wingware Support
answered 2024-05-24 18:54:28 -0500
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