"Sabine 'Sani' Schulz" <nemo(a)schnuerpel.net> writes:
am 31.03.2006 schriebst Du:
> The Install Wizard for XEmacs doesn't set the execute path in the
> generated desktop-icon.
> I propose to undertake this entry.
> Thank you for posting, unfortunately, I don't understand your message at all:
> 1) I'm not sure what 'Install Wizard for XEmacs' you're talking
The Install Wizard from
Hello Sabine, do you want a stable XEmacs, but without Mule?
If you need Mule and can accept beta quality software (taking extra
pre-caution from your end not to lose and critical data), the go with
Vin, Sabine, please note the download links are not marked up correctly.
They should currently be
Vin, SPACE characters in URLs need to be encoded to get handled
reliably by e-mail archiving software (like mhonarc), web browsers,
My preference with be to replace these spaces with dashes or underscores.
> We've used several over the years. The most recent version of the
> only native Windows setup kit under active development can be found
> 2) I don't know what you mean by "doesn't set the execute path in the
> generated desktop-icon". The kit I referred to does, in fact, set the
> full path in the Target field of the shortcut. Is that what you're
> referring to?
My english is very bad, sorry, i have made a screenshot,
For example, gimp set the execute path,
Sabine, the "Ausgefürht in:" or "Start in:" property of Windows
shortcuts does not have any agreed upon standards to follow, AFAIK.
In your example you use values that only make sense for German region
A good default value would be %HOME% but that requires the user to set it.
Initializing it to the correct regional setting for "...\My Documents"
does not seem easily possible, since there isn't even an Environment
variable for that.
Sensible defaults could be
Vin, what do you think?