Re: warning: menu-command-not-in-package
On Mon 13 Dec 04, 5:40 PM, David Mandelberg <firstname.lastname@example.org> said:
> Matt Brubeck wrote:
> > Justin Pryzby wrote:
> >>Instead, install what is presently /usr/games/yadex to
> >>/usr/lib/yadex/... and install a one-line wrapper script to
> >> #!/bin/sh -e
> >> exec x-terminal-emulator -e /usr/lib/yadex/...
> > One small downside to this idea is that it is not the expected behavior
> > for a user who already has an xterm open and types 'yadex' into it.
> Maybe /usr/games/yadex could be the real binary, and that script
> (s%/lib/yadex/\.\.\.$%/games/yadex%) could be /usr/games/yadex-gui.
> The menu option could execute /usr/games/yadex-gui, but someone typing
> yadex<enter> in a terminal emulator would get the expected results.
That seems like the best idea so far!
But I'd like to know -- precisely piece of policy is broken by a menu
command invoking "x-terminal-emulator -e application"?
OK. Gotta go lecture...
Thanks for all your help!
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