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According to the Arch Linux bugtracker, package maintainers are obliged to contact with upstream about adding .desktop files instead of adding it on their's own account.
I've commited the desktop file used in Arch' [community] repository and added some lines to Makefile to make use of it.
Add desktop file and appropriate lines to Makefile.
Damn, I see small typo in Makefile. Please, do s/removind/removing/ :<
@Barthalion, FYI, you can do this yourself. Just make the change then run git commit -a --amend followed by git push --force (forcing is bad, but not in this case), and it's done.
git commit -a --amend
git push --force
It will let me to edit last commit message, not the file itself AFAIK.
No, it will let you add changes to your commit (it adds all staged changes). You talking about the case when you don't run any git add commands. But if you pass -a key to git commit it will have affect of git add -u and all your changes in the working tree will be added to the last commit.
git add -u
Please notice commit 56b6d23, with which the .desktop file is not installed automatically anymore.