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Re: Debian Menu policy leads to confusion

On Sat, Jan 28, 2006 at 11:45:43PM +0200, Linas Zvirblis wrote:
> Bill Allombert wrote:
> >Note that menu actually allow programms to create there own 3rd level
> >(or 4th level) section for private purpose, to group related entries
> >(like xteddy and mozilla does). There is no need to document them.
> Of course there is, to make it easier for translators. I know that some 
> of them are already documented inside "menu-sections.pot".

Ah, you are right, I meant no need to document them "in the Debian menu

> I did not express myself clearly, sorry for that. I was talking about 
> [1]. That is, including additional information in menufiles, so that 
> desktop environments like GNOME and KDE could generate localized user 
> friendly menu entries. This is on a wishlist of many Debian desktop users.

That would be a patch to menu-xdg then. 

> [1] 
> http://standards.freedesktop.org/desktop-entry-spec/desktop-entry-spec-latest.html

More precisely which field would be needed ? 

I have no objection providing the implementation does not duplicate
existing menu features.


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