Bug 457548 - Using Standard Icon Names.
Using Standard Icon Names.
Status: CLOSED RAWHIDE
Product: Fedora
Classification: Fedora
Component: redhat-menus (Show other bugs)
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Assigned To: Ray Strode [halfline]
Fedora Extras Quality Assurance
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Reported: 2008-08-01 09:43 EDT by sangu
Modified: 2008-08-24 22:23 EDT (History)
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Last Closed: 2008-08-24 22:23:21 EDT
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Description sangu 2008-08-01 09:43:04 EDT
Description of problem:
$ cat /usr/share/desktop-directories/Accessories-More.directory | grep Icon
Icon=gnome-util

gnome-util -> applications-accessories

$ cat /usr/share/icon-naming-utils/legacy-icon-mapping.xml 
         <icon name="applications-accessories">
            <link>gnome-util</link>
            <link>package_utilities</link>
            <link>redhat-accessories</link>
            <link>xfce-utils</link> 
        </icon>

$ cat /usr/share/desktop-directories/Advanced-More.directory | grep Icon
Icon=advanced-directory.png
$ cat /usr/share/desktop-directories/Advanced.directory | grep Icon
Icon=advanced-directory.png
Comment=Advanced settings and preferences

?

$ cat /usr/share/desktop-directories/AllPrograms.directory | grep
IconIcon=gnome-applications.png
gnome-applications.png -> applications-office

        <icon name="applications-office">
            <link>gnome-applications</link>
            <link>package_office</link>
            <link>redhat-office</link>
            <link>xfce-office</link>
        </icon>

$ cat /usr/share/desktop-directories/Desktop.directory | grep Icon
Icon=gnome-settings

     <icon name="preferences-desktop">
            <link>gnome-control-center</link>
            <link>gnome-settings</link>
            <link>gtk-preferences</link>
            <link>redhat-preferences</link>
            <link>kcontrol</link>
            <link>xfce4-settings</link>
        </icon>

$ cat /usr/share/desktop-directories/Development-More.directory | grep Icon
Icon=gnome-devel
gnome-devel -> applications-development

     <icon name="applications-development">
            <link>gnome-devel</link>
            <link>package_development</link>
            <link>redhat-programming</link>
        </icon>

$ cat /usr/share/desktop-directories/Documentation.directory | grep Icon
Icon=gnome-help.png
$ cat /usr/share/desktop-directories/Documentation-More.directory | grep Icon
Icon=gnome-help.png

gnome-help -> help-browser

       <icon name="help-browser">
            <link>khelpcenter</link>
            <link>susehelpcenter</link>
            <link>gnome-help</link>
            <link>gtk-help</link>
            <link>stock_help</link>
            <link>help</link>
        </icon>

$ cat /usr/share/desktop-directories/Edutainment.directory | grep Icon
Icon=package_edutainment
?
$ cat /usr/share/desktop-directories/Games-More.directory | grep Icon
Icon=gnome-joystick

gnome-joystick -> applications-games

       <icon name="applications-games">
            <link>gnome-joystick</link>
            <link>package_games</link>
            <link>redhat-games</link>
            <link>xfce-games</link>
        </icon>

$ cat /usr/share/desktop-directories/Graphics-More.directory | grep Icon
Icon=gnome-graphics

gnome-graphics -> applications-graphics

   <icon name="applications-graphics">
            <link>gnome-graphics</link>
            <link>package_graphics</link>
            <link>redhat-graphics</link>
            <link>xfce-graphics</link>
        </icon>
$ cat /usr/share/desktop-directories/Internet-More.directory | grep Icon
Icon=gnome-globe

gnome-globe -> applications-internet

        <icon name="applications-internet">
            <link>gnome-globe</link>
            <link>stock_internet</link>
            <link>package_network</link>
            <link>redhat-internet</link>
            <link>xfce-internet</link>
        </icon>

$ cat /usr/share/desktop-directories/Multimedia-More.directory | grep Icon
Icon=gnome-multimedia

gnome-multimedia -> applicaons-multimedia

    <icon name="applications-multimedia">
            <link>gnome-multimedia</link>
            <link>package_multimedia</link>
            <link>redhat-sound_video</link>
            <link>xfce-multimedia</link>
        </icon>
$ cat /usr/share/desktop-directories/Office-More.directory | grep Icon
Icon=gnome-applications

gnome-applications -> applications-office

       <icon name="applications-office">
            <link>gnome-applications</link>
            <link>package_office</link>
            <link>redhat-office</link>
            <link>xfce-office</link>
        </icon>

$ cat /usr/share/desktop-directories/Root.directory | grep Icon
Icon=gnome-folder.png
?

$ cat /usr/share/desktop-directories/Sawfish.directory | grep Icon
Icon=sawfish-group.png
?

$ cat /usr/share/desktop-directories/ServerConfig-More.directory | grep Icon
Icon=redhat-server_settings.png
$ cat /usr/share/desktop-directories/ServerConfig.directory 
~skip
Comment=Configure network services (web server, DNS server, etc.)
~skip
Icon=redhat-server_settings.png

redhat-server_settings -> preferences-system-network


< http://standards.freedesktop.org/icon-naming-spec/icon-naming-spec-latest.html >
preferences-system-network	The icon for the “Network” sub-category of the
“System Preferences” category. 

$ cat /usr/share/desktop-directories/Settings-More.directory | grep Icon
Icon=gnome-settings

gnome-settings -> preferences-desktop

       <icon name="preferences-desktop">
            <link>gnome-control-center</link>
            <link>gnome-settings</link>
            <link>gtk-preferences</link>
            <link>redhat-preferences</link>
            <link>kcontrol</link>
            <link>xfce4-settings</link>
        </icon>

$ cat /usr/share/desktop-directories/System-More.directory | grep Icon
Icon=gnome-system

gnome-system -> applications-system

       <icon name="applications-system">
            <link>gnome-system</link>
            <link>package_system</link>
            <link>redhat-system_tools</link>
        </icon>
$ cat /usr/share/desktop-directories/SystemConfig-More.directory | grep Icon
Icon=redhat-system_settings.png
$ cat /usr/share/desktop-directories/SystemConfig.directory | grep Icon
Icon=redhat-system_settings.png

redhat-system_settings -> preferences-system

       <icon name="preferences-system">
            <link>package_settings</link>
            <link>redhat-system_settings</link>
            <link>xfce-system-settings</link>
        </icon>

$ cat /usr/share/desktop-directories/Utilities-More.directory | grep Icon
Icon=gnome-util.png
$ cat /usr/share/desktop-directories/Utilities.directory | grep Icon
Icon=gnome-util.png

gnome-util -> applications-accessories

 <context dir="categories">
        <icon name="applications-accessories">
            <link>gnome-util</link>
            <link>package_utilities</link>
            <link>redhat-accessories</link>
            <link>xfce-utils</link> 
        </icon>

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
8.9.11-4.fc10

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Additional info:
gnome-icon-theme-2.23.3-2.fc10.noarch
Comment 1 Matthias Clasen 2008-08-24 22:23:21 EDT
Most of these directory files are pretty much dead, not used in any menus.
But I've updated them anyway, thanks.

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