Re: Updating the icon cache (GNOME Goals)

For us it doesn't really matter because conary takes care of running
gtk-update-icon-cache when the icons in a package change or a new
package containing icons are installed.


On Mon, 2007-08-06 at 16:44 -0500, Federico Mena Quintero wrote:
> Hi,
> I just saw this about making
> apps update the GTK+ icon cache during "make install".
> This would be fine in a tarball-only world, but I wonder if distros will
> just end up patching out that part of Makefiles, and calling
> gtk-update-icon-cache on their own.
> For example, in openSUSE we update the icon cache separately from
> package installation, with the idea that the cache will only be updated
> once even if many packages are installed.  (The really right way may be
> to use an RPM %posttrans - no idea if that works.)
> So, do we really need this in tarballs?
>   Federico
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