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Bug#985602: marked as done (Document the new /usr/bin/open command)



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Package: release-notes
Tag: bullseye

Hello,

I would like to document the new `/usr/bin/open` command in the "what's
new" section of the release notes.  Here is a description.

A new `open` commmand is available as a convenience alias to `xdg-open`
(by default) or `run-mailcap`, managed by the update-alternatives(1)
system.  It is intended for interactive use at the command line, to open
files with their default application, which can be a graphical program
when available.

Have a nice week-end,

Charles

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Hi,

On 20-03-2021 17:38, Justin B Rye wrote:
>   <section id="open-command">
>     <title>New generic open command</title>
>     <para>
>      A new <command>open</command> commmand is available as a convenience
>      alias to <command>xdg-open</command> (by default) or
>      <command>run-mailcap</command>, managed by the <ulink
>      url="&url-man;/&releasename;/dpkg/update-alternatives.1.html">update-alternatives(1)</ulink>
>      system. It is intended for interactive use at the command line, to open
>      files with their default application, which can be a graphical program
>      when available.
>     </para>
>   </section>

Pushed,

Paul

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