Hi, On Montag, 17. Juni 2013, Petter Reinholdtsen wrote: > A consequence will of course be that some packages missing desktop > files but with Debian menu files will disappear from the KDE menu. A > list of such packages can be generated like tihs: Ah, good, I just manually checked and couldnt see any relevant application missing. > I believe lmms and dia are false positives (menu and desktop files in > different packages), and the only real gui applications left are > planner, xdrawchem, xjig and xsok. I'm not sure we will miss them. right. I never heard of them except for planner. (which hasnt seen any develment in the last two years, contrary to the rest of gnome.) > Thus, I am fine with dropping menu-xdg from the KDE setup. But if we > do, we might as well drop the packages planner, xdrawchem, xjib and > xsok from our default installation. drawchem is for drawing molecules. Not sure how many people do this in their life :) xjig and sok are just games. I'd also remove them. cheers, Holger
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