nautilus icons for XDG directories
awalton at gnome.org
Thu Jul 3 08:56:24 PDT 2008
On Thu, Jul 3, 2008 at 11:50 AM, Nicolò Chieffo <84yelo3 at gmail.com> wrote:
> A. Walton wrote:
>> This really belongs in Nautilus, not so much GIO. I think it's a bit
>> weird that GIO's returning the user-desktop/user-home, etc. icons, but
>> that's what the GLib maintainers wanted to do, so we had to make
>> adaptations for Nautilus.
> I don't think that associating an icon with a folder through GIO is a
> bad thing: in this way every filemanager based on GIO will benefit of
> this feature. If you move things to nautilus, every other filemanager
> has to implement it, and this is bad.
Sure, which is probably the rationale. But I personally like the look
of the emblems better than the icons. Everyone's got an opinion
>> The major problem is, there aren't directory icons for those extra
>> directories. But once that's done, it should be a simple matter of
>> adding the emblems to nautilus-file.c:prepend_automatic_keyword ()
>> (yeah, badly named function I know).
> If the problem is only that there are not icons for XDG directories
> they simply could be added to the "design new icons" queue. Right?
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