On Friday 02 of October 2020 20:39:46 midi-pascal via tde-users wrote:
> On 2020-10-02 11:37 a.m., Michael via tde-users wrote:
> > On Thursday 01 October 2020 06:37:00 pm Sl�vek Banko via tde-users
> >> It can be seen that using package information as a basis for
> >> application wiki pages could help improve this information :)
> >> However, it is important to think not only about how different the
> >> granularity of packages can be in individual distributions, but also
> >> that not every program has a separate package. For example, kwrite is
> >> included in package kate-trinity (deb packaging).
> > Well crap.
> > Is there any automated way to get a list of all the programs?
> > # # #
> > Just installing everything and looking in /opt/trinity/bin/ doesn't
> > seem to work either? I see a bunch of slaves, launchers, helpers and
> > such... ____________________________________________________
> Hi all,
> A bit off-topic but, may I kindly suggest to add KoolDock to the
> applications list, which I ported to TDE five years ago and is not part
> of the list...
> If not, nobody will know it exists.
> It is part of my TDE base desktop and it is a really nice app :-)
in short, this is exactly why there is an idea to have a list of
applications generated using application wiki pages, instead of a
statically maintained list on the main site.
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