gvim ??

Magnus Therning magnus at therning.org
Wed Oct 12 10:27:14 UTC 2005


On Tue, Oct 11, 2005 at 08:40:53PM +0200, Vincent Trouilliez wrote:
>> You can get it into your Applications menu by installing menu-xdg (IIRC).
>
>What is menu-xdg ? I just right-click on the applications menu when I
>need to edit it... now that SMEG has been implemented in Breezy :-)

Description: freedesktop.org menu compliant window manager scripts
 menu-xdg contains menu-methods to convert the Debian menu structure to
 the freedesktop.org xdg menu structure.
 .
  * Base Directory Specification Version 0.6
  * Menu Specification Version 0.8
  * Desktop Entry Specification Version 0.9.4

It's a nice little addition to the GNOME menus. Debian has its own menu
system, this merges its data into the Applications menu.

/M

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