Bug 755206

Summary: The xterm menu item does not displays an icon for XFCE and KDE
Product: [Fedora] Fedora Reporter: Massimiliano <massi.ergosum>
Component: xtermAssignee: Miroslav Lichvar <mlichvar>
Status: CLOSED WONTFIX QA Contact: Fedora Extras Quality Assurance <extras-qa>
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Version: 15CC: adaptee, dickey, mlichvar, pertusus, redhat
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Description Massimiliano 2011-11-19 08:38:28 EST
Description of problem:
The xterm menu item does not displays an icon in both my XFCE and KDE environments

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
$ rpm -q xterm

How reproducible:
Open the applications menu where the xterm item is located: no icon (or default icon) is shown

Expected results:
An icon shown, that is related to the xterm label

Additional info:
The file /usr/share/applications/fedora-xterm.desktop contains an entry that points to a icon that is not not present in my system:
$ grep -i icon /usr/share/applications/fedora-xterm.desktop

If I change this entry pointing an image present into the package, then an icon (not very nice, but acceptable) is displayed:
Comment 1 Bob Farmer 2011-11-19 10:26:26 EST
The "gnome-xterm" icon appears to be from the "gnome-desktop" package.  In my Fedora 15 installation, that package was installed, so things were fine, but now in Fedora 16, that package didn't get installed even though I was installed both GNOME and KDE.  After manually installing the package, the icon graphics still didn't fix itself in KDE, but I was at least able to manually edit the XTerm icon to use it.
Comment 2 Massimiliano 2012-06-12 08:36:54 EDT
This issue is still present in F17: does somebody love this bug?
Comment 3 Thomas E. Dickey 2012-06-12 17:42:35 EDT
However gnome-desktop3 contains no icons (or themes which organize them).
I would expect the gnome-desktop package to become obsolete at some point.
Comment 4 Jekyll Wu 2012-06-22 01:36:13 EDT
Please stop this gnomeism. Xterm is desktop agnostic in upstream, why does the downstream packager decide to force this strange and non-working gnomeism upon users ?
Comment 5 Thomas E. Dickey 2012-06-27 07:39:50 EDT
xterm patch #281 provides icons in svg and png format
which should be used rather than implicitly depending
upon other optional (and sometimes missing) packges.
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