Hardcoded paths in .desktop file #383

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AMDmi3 opened this Issue Mar 8, 2013 · 0 comments

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/usr/bin/tiled and /usr/share/tiled/images/tiled-icon-32.png are hardcoded in .desktop file, and when tiled is installed with custom prefix, desktop file becomes broken.

@Ablu Ablu added a commit to Ablu/tiled that referenced this issue Mar 28, 2013
@Ablu Ablu Fixed the absolute paths in the desktop file
The application icons now install into the system icon theme.
This also results in the system always picking the best available icon to
display.

To make installing simpler (and to make the names more consistent) the icon
files were moved into the folders of their resolution.

Fixes: #383
Obsolotes: #390
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@bjorn bjorn added a commit that closed this issue Mar 28, 2013
@Ablu Ablu Fixed the absolute paths in the desktop file
The application icons now install into the system icon theme. This also
results in the system always picking the best available icon to display.

To make installing simpler (and to make the names more consistent) the
icon files were moved into the folders of their resolution.

Fixes #383
9aeac45
@bjorn bjorn closed this in 9aeac45 Mar 28, 2013
@bjorn bjorn added a commit that referenced this issue Mar 28, 2013
@Ablu Ablu Fixed the absolute paths in the desktop file
The application icons now install into the system icon theme. This also
results in the system always picking the best available icon to display.

To make installing simpler (and to make the names more consistent) the
icon files were moved into the folders of their resolution.

Fixes #383

(cherry picked from commit 9aeac45)
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