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Don't quit counsel-linux-app on bad data #604

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@justbur justbur commented Jul 28, 2016

  • counsel.el (counsel-linux-apps-list): Don't error on bad file. There
    is no need to throw an error because a single .desktop file is
    malformed. We can just skip it and issue a warning.

* counsel.el (counsel-linux-apps-list): Don't throw error for bad
  file. We can just skip the bad .desktop file and issue a warning.
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abo-abo commented Jul 28, 2016

Thanks. I typically add errors for myself, in order to figure out the bad files. But warnings are probably better in this case.

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justbur commented Jul 28, 2016

Sure, I understand. It's just that I don't always want to have to stop and fix the bad file.

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