Re: Mass fixing of files


On Wed, 2003-07-02 at 15:31, Jordi Mallach wrote:
> Hi,
> I was bored last night, and ran desktop-file-validate through all the
> installed .desktop files in my system.
> It revealed that many, many modules, including a lot of the code desktop
> stuff had errors.
> Mostly these were
> - lack of Encoding=UTF-8
> - "Terminal=0" instead of "Terminal=false". Using "0" and "1" is
>   deprecated.
> I first planned to file bugs against each app with the trivial patch to
> fix this. Then wc -l convinced me that I might want to ask for
> permission to commit the changes myself and save some time...
> So, anyone against? The goal is to make files in gnome cvs
> report no errors.

	No, you're right. Trivial, mass fixing like this shouldn't be done
through bugzilla. A heads up to the list and sending a copy of the patch
to the maintainer as you commit should be fine ...


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