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#!/bin/sh
#---------------------------------------------
# xdg-desktop-menu
#
# Utility script to install menu items on a Linux desktop.
# Refer to the usage() function below for usage.
#
# Copyright 2009-2010, Fathi Boudra <fabo@freedesktop.org>
# Copyright 2009-2010, Rex Dieter <rdieter@fedoraproject.org>
# Copyright 2006, Kevin Krammer <kevin.krammer@gmx.at>
# Copyright 2006, Jeremy White <jwhite@codeweavers.com>
#
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#
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manualpage()
{
cat << _MANUALPAGE
Name
xdg-desktop-menu - command line tool for (un)installing desktop menu items
Synopsis
xdg-desktop-menu install [--noupdate] [--novendor] [--mode mode] directory-file
(s) desktop-file(s)
xdg-desktop-menu uninstall [--noupdate] [--mode mode] directory-file(s)
desktop-file(s)
xdg-desktop-menu forceupdate [--mode mode]
xdg-desktop-menu { --help | --manual | --version }
Description
The xdg-desktop-menu program can be used to install new menu entries to the
desktop's application menu.
The application menu works according to the XDG Desktop Menu Specification at
http://www.freedesktop.org/Standards/menu-spec
Commands
install
Install one or more applications in a submenu of the desktop menu system.
desktop-file: A desktop file represents a single menu entry in the menu.
Desktop files are defined by the freedesktop.org Desktop Entry
Specification. The most important aspects of *.desktop files are summarized
below.
Menu entries can be added to the menu system in two different ways. They
can either be added to a predefined submenu in the menu system based on one
or more category keywords, or they can be added to a new submenu.
To add a menu entry to a predefined submenu the desktop file that
represents the menu entry must have a Categories= entry that lists one or
more keywords. The menu item will be included in an appropriate submenu
based on the included keywords.
To add menu items to a new submenu the desktop-files must be preceded by a
directory-file that describes the submenu. If multiple desktop-files are
specified, all entries will be added to the same menu. If entries are
installed to a menu that has been created with a previous call to
xdg-desktop-menu the entries will be installed in addition to any already
existing entries.
directory-file: The *.directory file indicated by directory-file represents
a submenu. The directory file provides the name and icon for a submenu. The
name of the directory file is used to identify the submenu.
If multiple directory files are provided each file will represent a submenu
within the menu that preceeds it, creating a nested menu hierarchy
(sub-sub-menus). The menu entries themselves will be added to the last
submenu.
Directory files follow the syntax defined by the freedesktop.org Desktop
Entry Specification.
uninstall
Remove applications or submenus from the desktop menu system previously
installed with xdg-desktop-menu install.
A submenu and the associated directory file is only removed when the
submenu no longer contains any menu entries.
forceupdate
Force an update of the menu system.
This command is only useful if the last call to xdg-desktop-menu included
the --noupdate option.
Options
--noupdate
Postpone updating the menu system. If multiple updates to the menu system
are made in sequence this flag can be used to indicate that additional
changes will follow and that it is not necassery to update the menu system
right away.
--novendor
Normally, xdg-desktop-menu checks to ensure that any *.directory and
*.desktop files to be installed has a vendor prefix. This option can be
used to disable that check.
A vendor prefix consists of alpha characters ([a-zA-Z]) and is terminated
with a dash ("-"). Companies and organizations are encouraged to use a word
or phrase, preferably the organizations name, for which they hold a
trademark as their vendor prefix. The purpose of the vendor prefix is to
prevent name conflicts.
--mode mode
mode can be user or system. In user mode the file is (un)installed for the
current user only. In system mode the file is (un)installed for all users
on the system. Usually only root is allowed to install in system mode.
The default is to use system mode when called by root and to use user mode
when called by a non-root user.
--help
Show command synopsis.
--manual
Show this manualpage.
--version
Show the xdg-utils version information.
Desktop Files
An application item in the application menu is represented by a *.desktop file.
A *.desktop file consists of a [Desktop Entry] header followed by several Key=
Value lines.
A *.desktop file can provide a name and description for an application in
several different languages. This is done by adding a language code as used by
LC_MESSAGES in square brackets behind the Key. This way one can specify
different values for the same Key depending on the currently selected language.
The following keys are often used:
Value=1.0
This is a mandatory field to indicate that the *.desktop file follows the
1.0 version of the specification.
Type=Application
This is a mandatory field that indicates that the *.desktop file describes
an application launcher.
Name=Application Name
The name of the application. For example Mozilla
GenericName=Generic Name
A generic description of the application. For example Web Browser
Comment=Comment
Optional field to specify a tooltip for the application. For example Visit
websites on the Internet
Icon=Icon File
The icon to use for the application. This can either be an absolute path to
an image file or an icon-name. If an icon-name is provided an image lookup
by name is done in the user's current icon theme. The xdg-icon-resource
command can be used to install image files into icon themes. The advantage
of using an icon-name instead of an absolute path is that with an icon-name
the application icon can be provided in several different sizes as well as
in several differently themed styles.
Exec=Command Line
The command line to start the application. If the application can open
files the %f placeholder should be specified. When a file is dropped on the
application launcher the %f is replaced with the file path of the dropped
file. If multiple files can be specified on the command line the %F
placeholder should be used instead of %f. If the application is able to
open URLs in addition to local files then %u or %U can be used instead of
%f or %F.
Categories=Categories
A list of categories separated by semi-colons. A category is a keyword that
describes and classifies the application. By default applications are
organized in the application menu based on category. When menu entries are
explicitly assigned to a new submenu it is not necassery to list any
categories.
When using categories it is recommended to include one of the following
categories: AudioVideo, Development, Education, Game, Graphics, Network,
Office, Settings, System, Utility.
See Appendix A of the XDG Desktop Menu Specification for information about
additional categories. http://standards.freedesktop.org/menu-spec/
menu-spec-1.0.html
MimeType=Mimetypes
A list of mimetypes separated by semi-colons. This field is used to
indicate which file types the application is able to open.
For a complete oveview of the *.desktop file format please visit http://
www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Standards/desktop-entry-spec
Directory Files
The appearance of submenu in the application menu is provided by a *.directory
file. In particular it provides the title of the submenu and a possible icon. A
*.directory file consists of a [Desktop Entry] header followed by several Key=
Value lines.
A *.directory file can provide a title (name) for the submenu in several
different languages. This is done by adding a language code as used by
LC_MESSAGES in square brackets behind the Key. This way one can specify
different values for the same Key depending on the currently selected language.
The following keys are relevqnt for submenus:
Value=1.0
This is a mandatory field to indicate that the *.directory file follows the
1.0 version of the Desktop Entry specification.
Type=Directory
This is a mandatory field that indicates that the *.directory file
describes a submenu.
Name=Menu Name
The title of submenu. For example Mozilla
Comment=Comment
Optional field to specify a tooltip for the submenu.
Icon=Icon File
The icon to use for the submenu. This can either be an absolute path to an
image file or an icon-name. If an icon-name is provided an image lookup by
name is done in the user's current icon theme. The xdg-icon-resource
command can be used to install image files into icon themes. The advantage
of using an icon-name instead of an absolute path is that with an icon-name
the submenu icon can be provided in several different sizes as well as in
several differently themed styles.
Environment Variables
xdg-desktop-menu honours the following environment variables:
XDG_UTILS_DEBUG_LEVEL
Setting this environment variable to a non-zero numerical value makes
xdg-desktop-menu do more verbose reporting on stderr. Setting a higher
value increases the verbosity.
XDG_UTILS_INSTALL_MODE
This environment variable can be used by the user or administrator to
override the installation mode. Valid values are user and system.
Exit Codes
An exit code of 0 indicates success while a non-zero exit code indicates
failure. The following failure codes can be returned:
1
Error in command line syntax.
2
One of the files passed on the command line did not exist.
3
A required tool could not be found.
4
The action failed.
5
No permission to read one of the files passed on the command line.
See Also
xdg-desktop-icon(1), xdg-icon-resource(1), xdg-mime(1)
Examples
The company ShinyThings Inc. has developed an application named "WebMirror" and
would like to add it to the application menu. The company will use
"shinythings" as its vendor id. In order to add the application to the menu
there needs to be a .desktop file with a suitable Categories entry:
shinythings-webmirror.desktop:
[Desktop Entry]
Encoding=UTF-8
Type=Application
Exec=webmirror
Icon=webmirror
Name=WebMirror
Name[nl]=WebSpiegel
Categories=Network;WebDevelopment;
Now the xdg-desktop-menu tool can be used to add the
shinythings-webmirror.desktop file to the desktop application menu:
xdg-desktop-menu install ./shinythings-webmirror.desktop
Note that for the purpose of this example the menu items are available in two
languages, English and Dutch. The language code for Dutch is nl.
In the next example the company ShinyThings Inc. will add its own submenu to
the desktop application menu consisting of a "WebMirror" menu item and a
"WebMirror Admin Tool" menu item.
First the company needs to create two .desktop files that describe the two menu
items. Since the items are to be added to a new submenu it is not necassery to
include a Categories= line:
shinythings-webmirror.desktop:
[Desktop Entry]
Encoding=UTF-8
Type=Application
Exec=webmirror
Icon=shinythings-webmirror
Name=WebMirror
Name[nl]=WebSpiegel
shinythings-webmirror-admin.desktop:
[Desktop Entry]
Encoding=UTF-8
Type=Application
Exec=webmirror-admintool
Icon=shinythings-webmirror-admintool
Name=WebMirror Admin Tool
Name[nl]=WebSpiegel Administratie Tool
In addition a .directory file needs to be created to provide a title and icon
for the sub-menu itself:
shinythings-webmirror.directory:
[Desktop Entry]
Encoding=UTF-8
Icon=shinythings-webmirror-menu
Name=WebMirror
Name[nl]=WebSpiegel
These file can now be installed with:
xdg-desktop-menu install ./shinythings-webmirror.directory \
./shinythings-webmirror.desktop ./shinythings-webmirror-admin.desktop
The menu entries could also be installed one by one:
xdg-desktop-menu install --noupdate ./shinythings-webmirror.directory \
./shinythings-webmirror.desktop
xdg-desktop-menu install --noupdate ./shinythings-webmirror.directory \
./shinythings-webmirror-admin.desktop
xdg-desktop-menu forceupdate
Although the result is the same it is slightly more efficient to install all
files at the same time.
The *.desktop and *.directory files reference icons with the names webmirror,
webmirror-admin and webmirror-menu which should also be installed. In this
example the icons are installed in two different sizes, once with a size of
22x22 pixels and once with a size of 64x64 pixels:
xdg-icon-resource install --size 22 ./wmicon-22.png shinythings-webmirror
xdg-icon-resource install --size 22 ./wmicon-menu-22.png shinythings-webmirror-menu
xdg-icon-resource install --size 22 ./wmicon-admin-22.png shinythings-webmirror-admin
xdg-icon-resource install --size 64 ./wmicon-64.png shinythings-webmirror
xdg-icon-resource install --size 64 ./wmicon-menu-64.png shinythings-webmirror-menu
xdg-icon-resource install --size 64 ./wmicon-admin-64.png shinythings-webmirror-admin
_MANUALPAGE
}
usage()
{
cat << _USAGE
xdg-desktop-menu - command line tool for (un)installing desktop menu items
Synopsis
xdg-desktop-menu install [--noupdate] [--novendor] [--mode mode] directory-file
(s) desktop-file(s)
xdg-desktop-menu uninstall [--noupdate] [--mode mode] directory-file(s)
desktop-file(s)
xdg-desktop-menu forceupdate [--mode mode]
xdg-desktop-menu { --help | --manual | --version }
_USAGE
}
#@xdg-utils-common@
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Common utility functions included in all XDG wrapper scripts
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------
DEBUG()
{
[ -z "${XDG_UTILS_DEBUG_LEVEL}" ] && return 0;
[ ${XDG_UTILS_DEBUG_LEVEL} -lt $1 ] && return 0;
shift
echo "$@" >&2
}
#-------------------------------------------------------------
# Exit script on successfully completing the desired operation
exit_success()
{
if [ $# -gt 0 ]; then
echo "$@"
echo
fi
exit 0
}
#-----------------------------------------
# Exit script on malformed arguments, not enough arguments
# or missing required option.
# prints usage information
exit_failure_syntax()
{
if [ $# -gt 0 ]; then
echo "xdg-desktop-menu: $@" >&2
echo "Try 'xdg-desktop-menu --help' for more information." >&2
else
usage
echo "Use 'man xdg-desktop-menu' or 'xdg-desktop-menu --manual' for additional info."
fi
exit 1
}
#-------------------------------------------------------------
# Exit script on missing file specified on command line
exit_failure_file_missing()
{
if [ $# -gt 0 ]; then
echo "xdg-desktop-menu: $@" >&2
fi
exit 2
}
#-------------------------------------------------------------
# Exit script on failure to locate necessary tool applications
exit_failure_operation_impossible()
{
if [ $# -gt 0 ]; then
echo "xdg-desktop-menu: $@" >&2
fi
exit 3
}
#-------------------------------------------------------------
# Exit script on failure returned by a tool application
exit_failure_operation_failed()
{
if [ $# -gt 0 ]; then
echo "xdg-desktop-menu: $@" >&2
fi
exit 4
}
#------------------------------------------------------------
# Exit script on insufficient permission to read a specified file
exit_failure_file_permission_read()
{
if [ $# -gt 0 ]; then
echo "xdg-desktop-menu: $@" >&2
fi
exit 5
}
#------------------------------------------------------------
# Exit script on insufficient permission to write a specified file
exit_failure_file_permission_write()
{
if [ $# -gt 0 ]; then
echo "xdg-desktop-menu: $@" >&2
fi
exit 6
}
check_input_file()
{
if [ ! -e "$1" ]; then
exit_failure_file_missing "file '$1' does not exist"
fi
if [ ! -r "$1" ]; then
exit_failure_file_permission_read "no permission to read file '$1'"
fi
}
check_vendor_prefix()
{
file_label="$2"
[ -n "$file_label" ] || file_label="filename"
file=`basename "$1"`
case "$file" in
[a-zA-Z]*-*)
return
;;
esac
echo "xdg-desktop-menu: $file_label '$file' does not have a proper vendor prefix" >&2
echo 'A vendor prefix consists of alpha characters ([a-zA-Z]) and is terminated' >&2
echo 'with a dash ("-"). An example '"$file_label"' is '"'example-$file'" >&2
echo "Use --novendor to override or 'xdg-desktop-menu --manual' for additional info." >&2
exit 1
}
check_output_file()
{
# if the file exists, check if it is writeable
# if it does not exists, check if we are allowed to write on the directory
if [ -e "$1" ]; then
if [ ! -w "$1" ]; then
exit_failure_file_permission_write "no permission to write to file '$1'"
fi
else
DIR=`dirname "$1"`
if [ ! -w "$DIR" -o ! -x "$DIR" ]; then
exit_failure_file_permission_write "no permission to create file '$1'"
fi
fi
}
#----------------------------------------
# Checks for shared commands, e.g. --help
check_common_commands()
{
while [ $# -gt 0 ] ; do
parm="$1"
shift
case "$parm" in
--help)
usage
echo "Use 'man xdg-desktop-menu' or 'xdg-desktop-menu --manual' for additional info."
exit_success
;;
--manual)
manualpage
exit_success
;;
--version)
echo "xdg-desktop-menu 1.1.0 rc1"
exit_success
;;
esac
done
}
check_common_commands "$@"
[ -z "${XDG_UTILS_DEBUG_LEVEL}" ] && unset XDG_UTILS_DEBUG_LEVEL;
if [ ${XDG_UTILS_DEBUG_LEVEL-0} -lt 1 ]; then
# Be silent
xdg_redirect_output=" > /dev/null 2> /dev/null"
else
# All output to stderr
xdg_redirect_output=" >&2"
fi
#--------------------------------------
# Checks for known desktop environments
# set variable DE to the desktop environments name, lowercase
detectDE()
{
# see https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=34164
unset GREP_OPTIONS
if [ x"$KDE_FULL_SESSION" = x"true" ]; then DE=kde;
elif [ x"$GNOME_DESKTOP_SESSION_ID" != x"" ]; then DE=gnome;
elif `dbus-send --print-reply --dest=org.freedesktop.DBus /org/freedesktop/DBus org.freedesktop.DBus.GetNameOwner string:org.gnome.SessionManager > /dev/null 2>&1` ; then DE=gnome;
elif xprop -root _DT_SAVE_MODE 2> /dev/null | grep ' = \"xfce4\"$' >/dev/null 2>&1; then DE=xfce;
elif xprop -root 2> /dev/null | grep -i '^xfce_desktop_window' >/dev/null 2>&1; then DE=xfce
fi
if [ x"$DE" = x"" ]; then
# fallback to checking $DESKTOP_SESSION
case "$DESKTOP_SESSION" in
gnome)
DE=gnome;
;;
LXDE)
DE=lxde;
;;
xfce|xfce4)
DE=xfce;
;;
esac
fi
if [ x"$DE" = x"" ]; then
# fallback to uname output for other platforms
case "$(uname 2>/dev/null)" in
Darwin)
DE=darwin;
;;
esac
fi
if [ x"$DE" = x"gnome" ]; then
# gnome-default-applications-properties is only available in GNOME 2.x
# but not in GNOME 3.x
which gnome-default-applications-properties > /dev/null 2> /dev/null || DE="gnome3"
fi
}
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# kfmclient exec/openURL can give bogus exit value in KDE <= 3.5.4
# It also always returns 1 in KDE 3.4 and earlier
# Simply return 0 in such case
kfmclient_fix_exit_code()
{
version=`LC_ALL=C.UTF-8 kde-config --version 2>/dev/null | grep '^KDE'`
major=`echo $version | sed 's/KDE.*: \([0-9]\).*/\1/'`
minor=`echo $version | sed 's/KDE.*: [0-9]*\.\([0-9]\).*/\1/'`
release=`echo $version | sed 's/KDE.*: [0-9]*\.[0-9]*\.\([0-9]\).*/\1/'`
test "$major" -gt 3 && return $1
test "$minor" -gt 5 && return $1
test "$release" -gt 4 && return $1
return 0
}
update_desktop_database()
{
# echo Update desktop database: $mode
if [ "$mode" = "system" ] ; then
for x in `echo $PATH | sed 's/:/ /g'` /opt/gnome/bin; do
if [ -x $x/update-desktop-database ] ; then
DEBUG 1 "Running $x/update-desktop-database"
eval '$x/update-desktop-database'$xdg_redirect_output
return
fi
done
fi
}
# Make application $1/$2 the default for all the mimetypes it support,
# iff such mimetype didn't had a default application already.
# $1 Install dir for desktop file
# $2 base name of desktop file
make_lazy_default()
{
local mimetypes
local xdg_user_dir
local xdg_default_dirs
DEBUG 1 "make_lazy_default $1/$2"
mimetypes=`awk '
{
if (match($0,/MimeType=/)) {
split(substr($0,RSTART+9),mimetypes,";")
for (n in mimetypes)
{
if (mimetypes[n])
print mimetypes[n]
}
}
}' "$1/$2" 2> /dev/null`
for MIME in $mimetypes ; do
xdg_default_dirs="$XDG_DATA_DIRS"
[ -n "$xdg_default_dirs" ] || xdg_default_dirs=/usr/local/share/:/usr/share/
if [ x"$mode" = x"user" ] ; then
xdg_user_dir="$XDG_DATA_HOME"
[ -n "$xdg_user_dir" ] || xdg_user_dir="$HOME/.local/share"
xdg_default_dirs="$xdg_user_dir:$xdg_default_dirs"
fi
local default_app
for x in `echo "$xdg_default_dirs" | sed 's/:/ /g'`; do
DEBUG 2 "Checking $x/applications/defaults.list"
default_app=`grep "$MIME=" $x/applications/defaults.list 2> /dev/null | cut -d '=' -f 2`
if [ -n "$default_app" ] ; then
DEBUG 2 "Found default apps for $MIME: $default_app"
default_app="$default_app;"
break;
fi
done
DEBUG 2 "Current default apps for $MIME: $default_app"
if echo "$default_app" | grep "$2" > /dev/null 2> /dev/null; then
# App already listed as default
continue;
fi
default_file="$(readlink -f "$1/defaults.list")"
DEBUG 1 "Updating $default_file"
grep -v "$MIME=" $default_file > ${default_file}.new 2> /dev/null
if ! grep "[Default Applications]" ${default_file}.new > /dev/null; then
echo "[Default Applications]" >> ${default_file}.new
fi
echo $MIME="$default_app$2" >> ${default_file}.new
mv ${default_file}.new $default_file
done
}
update_submenu()
{
DEBUG 1 "update_submenu $1"
menu_file="$1"
xdg_dir_name=menus
xdg_user_dir="$XDG_CONFIG_HOME"
[ -n "$xdg_user_dir" ] || xdg_user_dir="$HOME/.config"
xdg_user_dir="$xdg_user_dir/$xdg_dir_name"
xdg_system_dirs="$XDG_CONFIG_DIRS"
[ -n "$xdg_system_dirs" ] || xdg_system_dirs=/etc/xdg
xdg_global_dir=
for x in `echo $xdg_system_dirs | sed 's/:/ /g'` ; do
if [ -w $x/$xdg_dir_name ] ; then
xdg_global_dir="$x/$xdg_dir_name"
break
fi
done
xdg_user_dir="$xdg_user_dir/applications-merged"
xdg_global_dir="$xdg_global_dir/applications-merged"
DEBUG 3 "Install locations for *.menu file:"
DEBUG 3 "xdg_user_dir: $xdg_user_dir"
DEBUG 3 "xdg_global_dir: $xdg_global_dir"
DEBUG 3 "kde_user_dir: $kde_user_dir"
DEBUG 3 "kde_global_dir: $kde_global_dir"
DEBUG 3 "gnome_user_dir: $gnome_user_dir"
DEBUG 3 "gnome_global_dir: $gnome_global_dir"
if [ x"$mode" = x"user" ] ; then
xdg_dir="$xdg_user_dir"
kde_dir="$kde_user_dir"
gnome_dir="$gnome_user_dir"
my_umask=077
my_chmod=0600
else
xdg_dir="$xdg_global_dir"
kde_dir="$kde_global_dir"
gnome_dir="$gnome_global_dir"
my_umask=022
my_chmod=0644
if [ -z "${xdg_dir}${kde_dir}${gnome_dir}" ] ; then
exit_failure_operation_impossible "No writable system menu directory found."
fi
fi
if [ -z "$menu_file" ] ; then
# Work around for SUSE/gnome 2.12 to pick up new ~/.local/share/applications
save_umask=`umask`
umask $my_umask
mkdir -p $xdg_dir
touch $xdg_dir/xdg-desktop-menu-dummy.menu
umask $save_umask
return
fi
if [ $action = "install" -a -f "/etc/xdg/menus/gnome-applications.menu" ] ; then
# Work around for Debian Gnome
gnome_xdg_dir=`echo "$xdg_dir" | sed -e 's^/applications-merged^/gnome-applications-merged^'`
if [ ! -e "$gnome_xdg_dir" ] ; then
DEBUG 1 "Debian Workaround: Link '$xdg_dir' to '$gnome_xdg_dir'"
mkdir -p `dirname "$gnome_xdg_dir"`
eval 'ln -s "applications-merged" "$gnome_xdg_dir"'$xdg_redirect_output
fi
fi
if [ $action = "install" -a -f "/etc/mandrake-release" ] ; then
# Work around for Mandriva 2006
mandrake_xdg_dir=`echo "$xdg_dir" | sed -e 's^/applications-merged^/applications-mdk-merged^'`
if [ ! -e "$mandrake_xdg_dir" ] ; then
DEBUG 1 "Mandriva Workaround: Link '$xdg_dir' to '$mandrake_xdg_dir'"
mkdir -p `dirname "$mandrake_xdg_dir"`
eval 'ln -s "applications-merged" "$mandrake_xdg_dir"'$xdg_redirect_output
fi
fi
if [ $action = "install" -a x"$mode" = x"user" -a -d "/etc/xdg/menus/kde-applications-merged" ] ; then
# Work around for Fedora Core 5 + patched KDE
kde_xdg_dir=`echo "$xdg_dir" | sed -e 's^/applications-merged^/kde-applications-merged^'`
if [ ! -e "$kde_xdg_dir" ] ; then
DEBUG 1 "Fedora Workaround: Link '$xdg_dir' to '$kde_xdg_dir'"
mkdir -p `dirname "$kde_xdg_dir"`
eval 'ln -s "applications-merged" "$kde_xdg_dir"'$xdg_redirect_output
fi
fi
if [ $action = "install" -a x"$mode" = x"system" -a -d "/etc/xdg/menus/kde-applications-merged" -a ! -d "/etc/xdg/menus/applications-merged" ] ; then
# Work around for Kubuntu 6.06
kde_xdg_dir=`echo "$xdg_dir" | sed -e 's^/applications-merged^/kde-applications-merged^'`
DEBUG 1 "Kubuntu Workaround: Link '$xdg_dir' to 'kde-applications-merged'"
eval 'ln -s "kde-applications-merged" "$xdg_dir"'$xdg_redirect_output
fi
orig_menu_file=$xdg_dir/$menu_file
DEBUG 1 "Updating $orig_menu_file ($action)"
test "${TMPDIR+set}" = set || TMPDIR=/tmp
tmpfile=`mktemp $TMPDIR/tmp.XXXXXXXXXX`
orig_desktop_files=
if [ -r "$orig_menu_file" ] ; then
awk '
# List all files within <Filename> tags
BEGIN {
RS="<"
}
/^Filename/ {
if (match($0,/>/)) {
print substr($0,RSTART+1)
}
}' $orig_menu_file > $tmpfile
fi
orig_desktop_files=`cat $tmpfile`
new_desktop_files=
if [ $action = "install" ] ; then
for desktop_file in $desktop_files; do
basefile=`basename "$desktop_file"`
if ! grep '^'$basefile'$' $tmpfile > /dev/null 2> /dev/null ; then
# Append
echo "$basefile" >> $tmpfile
fi
done
new_desktop_files=`cat $tmpfile`
fi
if [ $action = "uninstall" ] ; then
echo > $tmpfile
for desktop_file in $desktop_files; do
echo "$desktop_file" >> $tmpfile
done
# Files to uninstall are listed in $tmpfile
# Existing files are in $orig_desktop_files
for desktop_file in $orig_desktop_files; do
if ! grep '^'$desktop_file'$' $tmpfile > /dev/null 2> /dev/null; then
# Keep this file, it's not in the uninstall list
new_desktop_files="$new_desktop_files $desktop_file"
fi
done
fi
rm -f "$tmpfile"
DEBUG 3 "Files to list in $menu_file: $new_desktop_files"
if [ -n "$new_desktop_files" ] ; then
# Install/update
test "${TMPDIR+set}" = set || TMPDIR=/tmp
tmpfile=`mktemp $TMPDIR/tmp.XXXXXXXXXX`
(
echo '<!DOCTYPE Menu PUBLIC "-//freedesktop//DTD Menu 1.0//EN"'
echo ' "http://www.freedesktop.org/standards/menu-spec/menu-1.0.dtd">'
echo '<!-- Do not edit manually - generated and managed by xdg-desktop-menu -->'
echo '<Menu>'
echo ' <Name>Applications</Name>'
for desktop_file in $directory_files; do
basefile=`basename "$desktop_file"`
basefilename=`echo "$basefile"|cut -d '.' -f 1`
echo "<Menu>"
echo " <Name>$basefilename</Name>"
echo " <Directory>$basefile</Directory>"
done
echo " <Include>"
for desktop_file in $new_desktop_files; do
echo " <Filename>$desktop_file</Filename>"
done
echo " </Include>"
for desktop_file in $directory_files; do
echo "</Menu>"
done
echo '</Menu>'
) > $tmpfile
chmod $my_chmod $tmpfile
save_umask=`umask`
umask $my_umask
mkdir -p $xdg_dir
eval 'cp $tmpfile $xdg_dir/$menu_file'$xdg_redirect_output
umask $save_umask
rm -f "$tmpfile"
else
# Uninstall
rm -f $xdg_dir/$menu_file
fi
# Uninstall .directory files only if no longer referenced
if [ $action = "uninstall" ] ; then
test "${TMPDIR+set}" = set || TMPDIR=/tmp
tmpfile=`mktemp $TMPDIR/tmp.XXXXXXXXXX`
for menu_file in $xdg_dir/*; do
if grep 'generated and managed by xdg-desktop-menu' $menu_file > /dev/null 2> /dev/null; then
awk '
# List all files within <Directory> tags
BEGIN {
RS="<"
}
/^Directory/ {
if (match($0,/>/)) {
print substr($0,RSTART+1)
}
}' $menu_file >> $tmpfile
fi
done
orig_directory_files="$directory_files"
directory_files=
for desktop_file in $orig_directory_files; do
if ! grep '^'$desktop_file'$' $tmpfile > /dev/null 2> /dev/null; then
# No longer in use, safe to delete
directory_files="$directory_files $desktop_file"
fi
done
rm -f "$tmpfile"
fi
}
[ x"$1" != x"" ] || exit_failure_syntax
mode=
action=
update=yes
desktop_files=
directory_files=
case $1 in
install)
action=install
;;
uninstall)
action=uninstall
;;
forceupdate)
action=forceupdate
;;
*)
exit_failure_syntax "unknown command '$1'"
;;
esac
shift
vendor=true
while [ $# -gt 0 ] ; do
parm="$1"
shift
case "$parm" in
--noupdate)
update=no
;;
--mode)
if [ -z "$1" ] ; then
exit_failure_syntax "mode argument missing for --mode"
fi
case "$1" in
user)
mode="user"
;;
system)
mode="system"
;;
*)
exit_failure_syntax "unknown mode '$1'"
;;
esac
shift
;;
--novendor)
vendor=false
;;
-*)
exit_failure_syntax "unexpected option '$parm'"
;;
*)
if [ "$action" = "install" ] ; then
check_input_file "$parm"
fi
case "$parm" in
*.directory)
if [ -n "$desktop_files" ] ; then
exit_failure_syntax "'$parm' must preceed any *.desktop file"
fi
directory_files="$directory_files $parm"
;;
*.desktop)
desktop_files="$desktop_files $parm"
;;
*)
exit_failure_syntax "file to $action must be a *.directory or *.desktop file"
;;
esac
;;
esac
done
# Shouldn't happen
if [ -z "$action" ] ; then
exit_failure_syntax "command argument missing"
fi
if [ -n "$XDG_UTILS_INSTALL_MODE" ] ; then
if [ "$XDG_UTILS_INSTALL_MODE" = "system" ] ; then
mode="system"
elif [ "$XDG_UTILS_INSTALL_MODE" = "user" ] ; then
mode="user"
fi
fi
if [ -z "$mode" ] ; then
if [ `whoami` = "root" ] ; then
mode="system"
else
mode="user"
fi
fi
if [ x"$action" = x"forceupdate" ] ; then
update_desktop_database
exit_success
fi
if [ -z "$desktop_files" ] ; then
exit_failure_syntax "desktop-file argument missing"
fi
menu_name=
for desktop_file in $directory_files; do
if [ "$vendor" = "true" -a "$action" = "install" ] ; then
check_vendor_prefix "$desktop_file"
fi
basefilename=`basename "$desktop_file" | cut -d '.' -f 1`
if [ -z "$menu_name" ] ; then
menu_name="$basefilename"
else
menu_name="$menu_name-$basefilename"
fi
done
if [ -n "$menu_name" ] ; then
if [ x"$mode" = x"user" ] ; then
update_submenu "user-$menu_name.menu"
else
update_submenu "$menu_name.menu"
fi
else
# Work around for SUSE/gnome 2.12 to pick up new ~/.local/share/applications
if [ x"$mode" = x"user" ] ; then
update_submenu
fi
fi
# Install *.directory files
xdg_dir_name=desktop-directories
xdg_user_dir="$XDG_DATA_HOME"
[ -n "$xdg_user_dir" ] || xdg_user_dir="$HOME/.local/share"
xdg_user_dir="$xdg_user_dir/$xdg_dir_name"
xdg_system_dirs="$XDG_DATA_DIRS"
[ -n "$xdg_system_dirs" ] || xdg_system_dirs=/usr/local/share/:/usr/share/
xdg_global_dir=
for x in `echo $xdg_system_dirs | sed 's/:/ /g'` ; do
if [ -w $x/$xdg_dir_name ] ; then
xdg_global_dir="$x/$xdg_dir_name"
break
fi
done
DEBUG 3 "Install locations for *.directory files:"
DEBUG 3 "xdg_user_dir: $xdg_user_dir"
DEBUG 3 "xdg_global_dir: $xdg_global_dir"
DEBUG 3 "kde_user_dir: $kde_user_dir"
DEBUG 3 "kde_global_dir: $kde_global_dir"
DEBUG 3 "gnome_user_dir: $gnome_user_dir"
DEBUG 3 "gnome_global_dir: $gnome_global_dir"
if [ x"$mode" = x"user" ] ; then
xdg_dir="$xdg_user_dir"
kde_dir="$kde_user_dir"
gnome_dir="$gnome_user_dir"
my_umask=077
else
xdg_dir="$xdg_global_dir"
kde_dir="$kde_global_dir"
gnome_dir="$gnome_global_dir"
my_umask=022
if [ -z "${xdg_dir}${kde_dir}${gnome_dir}" ] ; then
exit_failure_operation_impossible "No writable system menu directory found."
fi
fi
for desktop_file in $directory_files; do
basefile=`basename "$desktop_file"`
DEBUG 1 "$action $desktop_file in $xdg_dir $kde_dir $gnome_dir"
case $action in
install)
save_umask=`umask`
umask $my_umask
for x in $xdg_dir $kde_dir $gnome_dir ; do
mkdir -p $x
eval 'cp $desktop_file $x/$basefile'$xdg_redirect_output
done
umask $save_umask
;;
uninstall)
for x in $xdg_dir $kde_dir $gnome_dir ; do
rm -f $x/$basefile
done
;;
esac
done
# Install *.desktop files
xdg_dir_name=applications
xdg_user_dir="$XDG_DATA_HOME"
[ -n "$xdg_user_dir" ] || xdg_user_dir="$HOME/.local/share"
xdg_user_dir="$xdg_user_dir/$xdg_dir_name"
xdg_system_dirs="$XDG_DATA_DIRS"
[ -n "$xdg_system_dirs" ] || xdg_system_dirs=/usr/local/share/:/usr/share/
xdg_global_dir=
for x in `echo $xdg_system_dirs | sed 's/:/ /g'` ; do
if [ -w $x/$xdg_dir_name ] ; then
xdg_global_dir="$x/$xdg_dir_name"
break
fi
done
kde_user_dir=`kde${KDE_SESSION_VERSION}-config --path apps 2> /dev/null | cut -d ':' -f 1`
kde_global_dir=`kde${KDE_SESSION_VERSION}-config --path apps 2> /dev/null | cut -d ':' -f 2`
[ -w $kde_global_dir ] || kde_global_dir=
gnome_user_dir="$HOME/.gnome/apps"
gnome_global_dir="/usr/share/gnome/apps"
[ -w $gnome_global_dir ] || gnome_global_dir=
DEBUG 3 "Install locations for *.desktop files:"
DEBUG 3 "xdg_user_dir: $xdg_user_dir"
DEBUG 3 "xdg_global_dir: $xdg_global_dir"
DEBUG 3 "kde_user_dir: $kde_user_dir"
DEBUG 3 "kde_global_dir: $kde_global_dir"
DEBUG 3 "gnome_user_dir: $gnome_user_dir"
DEBUG 3 "gnome_global_dir: $gnome_global_dir"
if [ x"$mode" = x"user" ] ; then
xdg_dir="$xdg_user_dir"
kde_dir="$kde_user_dir"
gnome_dir="$gnome_user_dir"
my_umask=077
else
xdg_dir="$xdg_global_dir"
kde_dir="$kde_global_dir"
gnome_dir="$gnome_global_dir"
my_umask=022
if [ -z "${xdg_dir}${kde_dir}${gnome_dir}" ] ; then
exit_failure_operation_impossible "No writable system menu directory found."
fi
fi
for desktop_file in $desktop_files; do
if [ "$vendor" = "true" -a "$action" = "install" ] ; then
check_vendor_prefix "$desktop_file"
fi
basefile=`basename "$desktop_file"`
DEBUG 1 "$action $desktop_file in $xdg_dir $kde_dir $gnome_dir"
case $action in
install)
save_umask=`umask`
umask $my_umask
for x in $xdg_dir $kde_dir $gnome_dir ; do
mkdir -p $x
eval 'cp $desktop_file $x/$basefile'$xdg_redirect_output
done
if [ -f $kde_dir/$basefile ] ; then
echo "OnlyShowIn=Old;" >> $kde_dir/$basefile
fi
if [ -f $gnome_dir/$basefile ] ; then
echo "OnlyShowIn=Old;" >> $gnome_dir/$basefile
fi
make_lazy_default "$xdg_dir" "$basefile"
umask $save_umask
;;
uninstall)
for x in $xdg_dir $kde_dir $gnome_dir ; do
rm -f $x/$basefile
done
;;
esac
done
if [ x"$update" = x"yes" ] ; then
update_desktop_database
fi
exit_success