they're fixed properly. Reported by drochner. Bump PKGREVISION.
Patch created by Makoto Fujiwara. Bump PKGREVISION, set LICENSE.
The xdg-utils package is a set of simple scripts that provide basic desktop integration functions for any Free Desktop, such as Linux. They are intended to provide a set of defacto standards. This means that: * Third party software developers can rely on these xdg-utils for all of their simple integration needs. * Developers of desktop environments can make sure that their environments are well supported If a desktop developer wants to be certain that their environment functions with all third party software, then can simply make sure that these utilities work properly in their environment. This will hopefully mean that 'third tier' window managers such as XFCE and Blackbox can reach full parity with Gnome and KDE in terms of third party ISV support. * Distribution vendors can provide custom versions of these utilities If a distribution vendor wishes to have unusual systems, they can provide custom scripts, and the third party software should still continue to work.