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Re: Opening bundles


From: Richard Frith-Macdonald
Subject: Re: Opening bundles
Date: Sun, 14 Aug 2011 19:50:49 +0100

On 14 Aug 2011, at 14:08, Ivan Vučica wrote:

> make_services was already discussed on this mailing list (in fact, I remember 
> participating in the discussion). I still believe that 
> NSApplication/NSWorkspace should not only read the Info.plist, but also 
> update the service cache at launch time.

It already does, but it does it indirectly (via make_services)

> Counting on make_service being regularly launched is not realistic in today's 
> free desktop setups (since most are not based around GNUstep but around other 
> libraries).

We don't count on it being launched regularly ... it's run by the 
[NSWorkspace-findApplications] method (from [NSWorkspace-init]).

> On Fri, Aug 12, 2011 at 23:44, Eric Wasylishen <address@hidden> wrote:
> Sorry, it was my mistake, I forgot to run ./configure.
> 
> I built it successfully and can reproduce the problem. It seems that 
> NSWorkspace never actually reads the info.plist of the running application; 
> only the cache generated by make_services (unless I'm missing something). 
> This is also a problem because it means information on file types supported 
> by the application won't be available if the application isn't installed.

Yes ... that's nothing to do with running make_services.  Possibly associations 
in the Info.plist of the running app should supersede those found in installed 
apps.  We should do whatever OSX does.




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