Re: [Nautilus-list] nautilus-1.0.4-gmc.patch
- From: Alex Larsson <alexl redhat com>
- To: Frederic Crozat <fcrozat mandrakesoft com>
- Cc: Darin Adler <darin bentspoon com>, Nautilus <nautilus-list lists eazel com>
- Subject: Re: [Nautilus-list] nautilus-1.0.4-gmc.patch
- Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2001 15:24:03 -0500 (EST)
On 14 Nov 2001, Frederic Crozat wrote:
> le lun 12-11-2001 à 19:55, Darin Adler a écrit :
> > > Here is another suggestion which could be used by all distributions :
> > > instead of copying start-here.desktop from $(datadir)/nautilus to
> > > ~/.gnome-desktop,
> > > 1- we create $(datadir)/nautilus/default-desktop and we put
> > > start-here.desktop
> > > 2- each distribution packager (and system administrator too) can add as
> > > many .desktop as they want in $(datadir)/nautilus/default-desktop, with
> > > a .nautilus-metafile.xml
> > > 3- create_starthere_link_callback is renamed into something like
> > > create_default_desktop_callback, and copy content of
> > > $(datadir)/nautilus/default-desktop into ~/.gnome-desktop
> > >
> > > Are you ok with this design ? If so, I'll do a patch and will ask for
> > > review here..
> > Sounds good -- better than the gmc script thing.
> I'm currently working on that and when I modified
> create_starthere_link_callback, I had problem with two files :
> start-here.desktop and start-here-link.desktop file. The
> start-here-link.desktop is copied on ~/.gnome-desktop as
> start-here.desktop so I don't see any use for start-here.desktop.. Is it
> really needed ?
Of course it's needed. It is typically used to place start-here on the
panel. The start-here-link.desktop file is a link, and can't be
"launched", whereas the start-here.desktop is launched nautilus with
start-here as argument.
> I'd like to move start-here-link.desktop to
> DATADIR/nautilus/default-desktop and rename it start-here.desktop
> (therefore, a simple copy from DATADIR/nautilus/default-desktop to
> ~/.gnome-desktop would work).
> Comments ? (maybe Havoc or Alex ncould comment on the start-here problem
> since originaly it was a redhat patch ..)
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