Re: Reviewing data in the debian-cd packages
On Mon, 15 Sep 2008, Ingo Juergensmann wrote:
> On Sun, Sep 14, 2008 at 10:35:34AM +0200, Geert Uytterhoeven wrote:
> > > The description there gives little detail on the contents of the .info files
> > > aside from the icon image data. Is the file name of the associated script
> > > encoded in the icon file itself?
> I think that all functionality of AmigaOS is rather well described and just
> needs to be found. ;) Maybe it's mentioned in the Amiga Guru Book from Ralph
> Babel... dunno...
> > The icon file name for <file> is <file>.info.
> > But you can have icons withour corresponding files, which is typically
> > used for scripts (the Default Tool in the info file points to
> > SYS:System/CLI, and the Tool Types in the info file specify the script
> > name)
> Erm, wasn't that IconX as appropriate Tool for Scripts?
This came from my actual test script to boot uClinux on UAE. With
> > > > True, Amiga file permissions are rather different from Unix file
> > > > permissions. Just mind the Script (S) or Delete (D) flags.
> > > Do the icons need the script bit set?
> > Don't think so.
> No, just the script itself needs to have the script flag set.
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