alberto.mardegan at canonical.com
Fri Mar 3 14:02:00 UTC 2017
Currently the xdg-open tool is provided by the core snap, which has it
located in its /usr/local/bin/ path.
Unfortunately, this means that other snaps cannot run it, unless they
have /usr/local/bin in their PATH. Consequently, I filed a bug against
the desktop helpers script  requesting a modification to include that
path into PATH.
Didier asked me to write here, to get a better understanding of the
plans: is the core snap to be updated and have the xdg-open tool in /bin
or /usr/bin? If so, do you have a bug or would you like to have one
I've seen the xdg-open tool mentioned a few times in the past here in
the mailing list, but I haven't found a definite answer.
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