Binary name in the desktop file
thiago at kde.org
Sat Dec 28 15:40:35 PST 2013
On sábado, 28 de dezembro de 2013 23:06:13, Jerome Leclanche wrote:
> IDEs are a good example of binaries that take their arguments
> differently based on the file type, or whether there is a file at all
> (eg. an ide normally expects a project file, but some will have a
> command line switch to open files in a new project.
> That's an excellent example of a type of intent that takes file
> arguments: "Open a code file in a new development project".
Ok, that above seems to give me the first idea of what an intent is. I'd have
called it an Action instead, but that's not relevant.
But I still don't understand what the problem is.
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