Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1256064
git .desktop file shows ico file as icon
Last modified: 2016-07-01 05:26:49 EDT
Description of problem:
The Icon category of git-gui.desktop file shows .ico extension. Isnt it should be
$grep Icon git-gui.desktop
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Can you provide more details on the problem you're reporting?
I can see that the git-gui.desktop file uses a .ico file for the Icon, but that file is what upstream provides, it's installed along with the package, and the icon shows up when I view the git-gui entry in Gnome. So I'm not sure where there is a bug.
Icon isn't showed with removed extension ".ico", so there should be used really whole path with whole filename.
Maybe it's because git uses "non-standard" location instead of "/usr/share/icons/*", don't know which subdirectory should be used correctly and if it works. But as I see, I have more APP which uses own directory for icons, so I don't see benefit of moving the file.