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Re: Debian menu system update

On Tue, Jun 03, 2003 at 03:01:26PM -0500, Chris Cheney wrote: 
> As far as I can tell /etc/menu, /usr/lib/menu, and /usr/share/menu will go
> away once we start using the desktop entry spec and /usr/share/applications
> directory.  Anything natively supporting the desktop spec won't have any
> reason to use /etc/menu-method at all (afaik). The desktop menu spec will
> probably need an addition of $XDG_CONFIG_DIRS/applications/ to replace
> debian's /etc/menu that is a global admin menu entry directory.
> Chris Cheney
> Debian KDE Maintainer
> PS - I am cc:ing this to xdg-list so that the proper people can see that
> a global applications override directory would be a useful addition.
> Please note that I am not subscribed to xdg-list.

No context here; all I have to go on is the phrase "global
applications override directory"

If by this you mean a way to get rid of a particular menu entry and
replace it with a different one, there is a way to do that with the
new spec.


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