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yed: wrap With wrapGAppsHook - fixes #101135 #101456

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@doronbehar doronbehar commented Oct 23, 2020

Use preFixup to setup the wrapper properly, without double wrapping.

Motivation for this change

Fix #101135 (cc @bluescreen303 ).

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Use preFixup to setup the wrapper properly, without double wrapping.
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@doronbehar doronbehar commented Nov 5, 2020

I tested this to fix the issue myself, and the maintainer of yed and the OP of #101135 won't respond / object, so I'm merging.

@doronbehar doronbehar merged commit 450c9c9 into NixOS:master Nov 5, 2020
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iafuente commented on 919df81 Nov 25, 2020

Hi! Can be the duplicated passthrus (L34 and L155) merged into unique because of issue #104680?

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