OLPC and .service files in a users home directory

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Mon Oct 30 10:18:41 PST 2006

--- Thiago Macieira <thiago at kde.org> schrieb:

> John (J5) Palmieri wrote:
> >There are a couple of ways we can go about this.  We can expand
> >variables in the path that start with the dollar sign (e.g.
> ><servicedir>$HOME/.dbus/service</service>) or add a special tag
> (e.g.
> ><servicedir><homedir />/.dbus/service</service>).
> Please don't. Don't invent a new method.
> Let's just reuse $XDG_DATA_DIRS and $XDG_DATA_HOME. We already have
> an 
> infrastructure of setting those values and we have reasonable
> defaults. I 
> would also recommend renaming .service to .desktop and cascading the 
> configuration like in the menu spec.
Can this infrastructure configure a path (in data_dirs I assume yes
from the name, but in data_home?) Then the proposal I made in another
mail to this thread could work to specify a reltive dir that must be
found (not created) in that path.
> This means a lot of code for dbus-daemon and non 1.0 code.
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