Application menu module for GTK+

Comment 8 for bug 932860

Steve Langasek (vorlon) wrote :

Ok, I checked the menuproxy patches in gtk; if the specified module is not found, the application will run, but it will spew a lot of warning messages to stderr. So we should probably find a better solution for that instead of unconditionally setting the variable.

--- appmenu-gtk-0.3.92.orig/debian/appmenu-gtk.install.in
+++ appmenu-gtk-0.3.92/debian/appmenu-gtk.install.in
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+debian/tmp/gtk2/usr/lib/${DEB_HOST_MULTIARCH}/* /usr/lib/${DEB_HOST_MULTIARCH}/

Unnecessary; with the correct debhelper level, you can write this as:

  debian/tmp/gtk2/usr/lib/

... and all of the contents will be installed to the correct directory. (Or if necessary: debian/tmp/gtk2/usr/lib/* /usr/lib)

> * Add common packages for xsession file

We don't need to create a new package for the file given that it's identical across architectures. Though we do still have to work out a way to get it identical across architectures which doesn't result in the regression mentioned above.