cosimo.cecchi at gmail.com
Wed Mar 9 00:11:25 UTC 2016
I am still interested in pursuing this, and possibly adopting upstream
maintenance of the xdg-user-dirs and xdg-user-dirs-gtk modules.
My branches still apply as they are, as no other changes went in git master
in the meantime, and should address your comments.
Please let me know if there's anything else I can do to move this
On Thu, Jan 29, 2015 at 4:45 AM, Cosimo Cecchi <cosimo.cecchi at gmail.com>
> Hey Bastien,
> Picking this up again...
> On Tue, Apr 1, 2014 at 10:42 PM, Bastien Nocera <hadess at hadess.net> wrote:
>> On Mon, 2014-03-03 at 16:42 -0800, Cosimo Cecchi wrote:
>> This diff to the spec isn't very clear:
>> It's really not very clear that the extension files are in a
> That is not the diff to the spec; there is unfortunately no "spec" for
> this. That commit changes the manpage of the xdg-user-dirs-update command.
> I added a commit to make the subdirectory more explicit.
> > Use cases:
>> > * An application (e.g. a sound recorder) wants to save a file
>> > in a subdirectory of $XDG_MUSIC_DIR. Another sound recorder
>> > wants to save files in the same subdirectory, and doesn't want
>> > to worry about the translations for each language to be in
>> > sync.
>> How can sound recorder #2 rely on #1 being present, and having installed
>> the directory file with the right name? Should common directories be
>> shipped in xdg-users-dir?
>> We think that, to avoid inter-application dependency, and cluttering
>> those top-level dirs with more slightly different versions of the same
>> directory, we should ship the most common directories in xdg-users-dir
>> I hope this is clear enough so we can carry the discussion forward a
> It is, thanks; I added a predefined directory now for backgrounds. I
> didn't add other directories yet, but that's easy for people to do once the
> infrastructure is in place.
> One small complication is whether xdg-user-dirs-update should always
> create those directories; I believe it shouldn't, and applications will
> have to ensure those directories exist anyway. I changed the tool not to
> automatically create those directories that are defined by .desktop files,
> which I think makes sense.
> Here's updated branches for my work:
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