RH BR74071 (Was: Configuring the Red Hat Linux desktop)
bastian at kde.org
Sun Sep 15 06:45:07 BST 2002
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On Saturday 14 September 2002 10:03 pm, Owen Taylor wrote:
> I'm curious - are there particular reasons why you think that
> "strip kde-" approach is better than what I suggested in:
RedHat would actually need to add "kde-".
> of optionally being able to specify a canonical DesktopName
> in the desktop file?
Wouldn't you get the same name collisions in this canonical namespace then
that you tried to avoid in the first place?
> Only application desktop files were renamed in our changes, not
> service desktop files, so there is a extra expense in having
> to continually tack on "kde-" and check for that in addition.
You would only have to do that if the lookup with the name that was passed
failed and the name didn't start with kde- already.
bastian at kde.org | SuSE Labs KDE Developer | bastian at suse.com
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