The recently to fvwm2 added feature "install-fvwm2menu" has
great potential, and really should be used more. However, it
has the disadvantage that any package installed before
fvwm2 will not be able to add a menu entry to the fvwm2 menu.
Also, with "install-fvwm2menu" we will only be able to make menu's
for fvwm2. If we want to make menu's for other window managers, or
for a console menu, we will have to modify each package's postinst
that has a install-fvwm2menu line in it.
Therefore, I recently proposed on debian-devel to add two scripts
(install-menu and remove-menu) to dpkg.
These scripts would do nothing but adding/remove a line to a menu-file.
Although I do not think these two very small scripts should in the end
live in their own package (there are enough packages as it is at the moment)
I've put together this package so that we can test it little bit,
and work with install-menu before dpkg with the scripts is released.
Here is the changes file:
Date: Tue, 5 Nov 1996 22:42:09 +0100
Architecture: source i386
Maintainer: joost witteveen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
menu - provides install-menu functions for some applications
menu (0.0) unstable; urgency=low
* initial release
4b2aa37eb6c4431915dff0fc1b2610db 196 devel optional menu_0.0.dsc
8243ac4e648dab7b35c09a850b75ccf9 2966 devel optional menu_0.0.tar.gz
2c8c083f57b7d3939478c9752fa43a96 2192 devel optional menu_0.0_i386.deb
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