On Fri, Sep 23, 2011 at 12:09:55AM +0200, Rodolfo kix Garcia wrote: > Hi, > > I have this in the menu file: > > package(wmaker):needs="wmaker" \ > section="/" title="Exit" sort="ZZ" \ > command="EXIT" > > And I got this lintian error: > > W: wmaker: menu-command-not-in-package usr/share/menu/wmaker:6 EXIT > W: wmaker: menu-item-needs-tag-has-unknown-value wmaker > usr/share/menu/wmaker:6 > N: > N: The menu item has a line that has a needs= field with a > strange value. > N: This may be intentional, but it's probably a typo that will > make menu > N: ignore the line. > N: > N: Severity: minor, Certainty: certain > N: > N: Check: menu-format, Type: binary > > Yes, is not a command. What should I do? I cannot find more info > about how to add the EXIT, SHUTDOWN,... commands. lintian complains about the needs= field. Read menufile(5) to find out what are the acceptable values: "wmaker" is not one of them. I see no mention of the sort= field in that man page, and "/" doesn’t seem to to be an acceptable value for the section= field, at least according to the Debian Menu sub–policy (“Packages must be placed in leaf sections”). As for the command to quit wmaker… I really have no idea. -- Andrea Bolognani <firstname.lastname@example.org> Resistance is futile, you will be garbage collected.
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