For the time being we can probably use razor.  We will have to discuss this at some point though.. With the xdg list as well.

On 20 Nov 2013 11:32, "Julien Lavergne" <julien.lavergne@gmail.com> wrote:

2013/11/19 christian@surlykke.dk <christian@surlykke.dk>
Not sure I agree here. If xdg-open doesn't know $XDG_CURRENT_DESKTOP, it falls back to default behavior, which is to use the desktop database to figure out which application to use. That's how it worked with Razor which didn't have any special handling in xdg-open (or other xdg scripts). I think this is the correct behavior if we want to adhere to standards.
 
Ah, sorry, I was sure Razor has a special case for xdg-open. So, why not just use Razor as $XDG_CURRENT_DESKTOP ? As it's used for a Qt environment, it's probably a better choice than LXDE one, until we have a more permanent solution. This variable is still useful for showing or not .desktop files, so if we use an unknown one, we lose this functionality.

Regards,
Julien Lavergne

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