Mime-type editor, where to put it?

Matt x edelstahl at gmx.us
Sun Jan 22 20:15:45 CET 2012

I can't configure xfce4-settings from git:
./configure: line 12937: syntax error near unexpected token `ar'
./configure: line 12937: `XDT_I18N(ar ast bn ca cs da de el en_GB es eu 
fi fr gl he hr hu id is it ja kk ko lt lv nb nl nn pa pl pt_BR pt ro ru 
si sk sv te tr ug uk ur_PK ur zh_CN zh_TW )'

configure was generated with autoreconf which returned:
configure.ac:67: required file `./ltmain.sh' not found
dialogs/Makefile.am:9: HAVE_XRANDR does not appear in AM_CONDITIONAL
dialogs/Makefile.am:14: HAVE_GIO_UNIX does not appear in AM_CONDITIONAL
dialogs/mouse-settings/Makefile.am:41: HAVE_XCURSOR does not appear in 
xfsettingsd/Makefile.am:79: HAVE_XRANDR does not appear in AM_CONDITIONAL
autoreconf: automake failed with exit status: 1

(I do have libtool installed.)

On 01/21/2012 11:05 AM, Nick Schermer wrote:
> On Sat, Jan 21, 2012 at 4:59 PM, Mike Massonnet<mmassonnet at gmail.com>  wrote:
>> Thunar because you "only" need this editor with a file manager. Otherwise
>> xfce4-settings, because in a seldom case you will need it for something else
>> than the file manager.
> Well all desktop application that spawn files could use this (launch
> by preferred application). Anyway, it is fine in xfce4-settings and
> ready for testing.
> Code is in the nick/mime-settings branch of xfce4-settings.
> Nick
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