Which one has the bug?
bastian at kde.org
Wed Apr 13 16:29:33 EEST 2005
On Tuesday 12 April 2005 16:10, Travis Watkins wrote:
> I have a script using PyXDG to do menu editting that works as
> non-root. It does this by creating a user version of the root .desktop
> file that has the same name. For example, if I want to change the
> comment for gcalctool.desktop it will create a copy in
> ~/.locals/share/applications which PyXDG and gnome-menus will use
> instead of the root one. However, if I put NoDisplay=true in the user
> version PyXDG starts showing the root copy again while gnome-menus
> doesn't show any version of it (what I wanted). Which one is doing it
gnome_menus does it right. Will add a test case for that.
> A similar problem between these two: if I have a user version of
> gcalctool.desktop and change it so it goes in GNOME's Games menu
> (Categories=Application;Game;) PyXDG will only show the user version
> in Games but gnome-menus will show the root copy in Accessories and
> the user copy in Games. Even putting an <Exclude> in for Accessories
> doesn't fix it, I think because it's trying to exclude the user
> version but it isn't actually there. Once again, which one is doing
> this wrong?
PyXDG does it right. Will add a test case for that as well.
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