<Merge ...> vs. inline submenus - sorting problem

Frederic Crozat fcrozat at mandrakesoft.com
Mon Apr 4 10:47:54 EEST 2005

Le mardi 15 mars 2005 à 16:35 +0300, Andrey Borzenkov a écrit :
> For historical reasons I prefer menus (and items therein) sorted in 
> alphabetical order so I have as menu definition basically:
> <DefaultLayout inline="true" inline_header="false" inline_limit="1">
> <Merge type="all"/>
> </DefaultLayout>
> <Menu>
> ...
> </Menu>
> where every <Menu> just refers to corr. subdirectory and contains <Include>.
> I also like the idea of inlined submenus hence the above (inline, 
> inline_limit).
> Unfortunately they seem to not coexist well. First menus are sorted, then 
> items from submenus are insterted. It results in layout that is completely 
> broken w.r.t. sort order. It is getting worse if I use separate merge types 
> menu/files - as then files appear between menus making overall look rather 
> funny.
> Am I missing something obvious here?

Yes, KDE implementation is still buggy regarding attributes heritage but
Laurent Montel (our KDE hacker at Mdk) is fixing it but not for Mdk
10.2 :)

Frederic Crozat <fcrozat at mandrakesoft.com>

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