Binary name in the desktop file
adys.wh at gmail.com
Thu Dec 26 03:56:57 PST 2013
My point is, "env" is not what you should get for this. Wine is just
using env as a "hacky" way to give wine the WINEPREFIX variable.
On Thu, Dec 26, 2013 at 11:51 AM, Kevin Krammer <krammer at kde.org> wrote:
> On Thursday, 2013-12-26, 11:33:13, Jerome Leclanche wrote:
>> On Thu, Dec 26, 2013 at 11:25 AM, Kevin Krammer <krammer at kde.org> wrote:
>> > On Thursday, 2013-12-26, 10:56:11, Jerome Leclanche wrote:
>> >> I'd really like to be able to get the binary name from desktop files
>> >> (eg a way to "start without any argument"). Current implementations
>> >> rely on getting the first word of the Exec key OR replace %f etc by
>> >> nothing, but that fails for things such as these:
>> >> Exec=env WINEPREFIX="/home/adys/.local/share/wineprefixes/default"
>> >> wine start /ProgIDOpen chm.file %f
>> > What do you mean when you say "fails"?
>> > That the command won't launch if %f is replaced by nothing or that taking
>> > the first string fails to see that the launched program is /usr/bin/env?
>> Sorry, I meant the usual way of getting the binary name (which in this
>> case would be "env").
> Ok, thank you for clarifying.
> However, I don't see how the simple algorith of taking the first word could
> possibly fail to return 'env'.
> That is the most simple case: no path, no escaped or quoted whitespace, just a
> simple alphabetic sequence.
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