[holy ruby programmers batman!] Changes made in the last week
gilesb at gmail.com
Mon Jan 14 14:05:46 EST 2008
> > > Look into the xdg-open command. I'm using this in my interactive
> > > editor modifications, which I should be checking in shortly.
> > If it's a nonstandard thing, make sure to have some kind of friendly
> > error message for users who don't have it.
> "Standard" is relative in Linux ;-) However, xdg-open is a project of
> freedesktop.org, a group that fosters cooperation and standards across
> distros and desktop environments. It's my understanding that xdg-open
> is included in most major moden distributions.
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