From: Nick Hall <nick__hall@ho...> - 2013-01-31 23:08:18
The old post-install script ran the following:
gtk-update-icon-cache --quiet /usr/share/icons/hicolor
Since we don't actually put our icons in this directory is it necessary?
Would creating a cache give us a noticeable performance improvement?
From: John Ralls <jralls@ce...> - 2013-01-31 23:52:52
On Jan 31, 2013, at 3:08 PM, Nick Hall <nick__hall@...> wrote:
> The old post-install script ran the following:
> gtk-update-icon-cache --quiet /usr/share/icons/hicolor
> Since we don't actually put our icons in this directory is it necessary?
> Would creating a cache give us a noticeable performance improvement?
Obviously it doesn't accomplish anything if the icons aren't on the path we pass to gtk-update-icon-path, and we're not creating a cache, we're adding to the cache that gtk has already built for itself.
But even if we pass the correct path, I doubt that it would make an appreciable difference. It should be easy for you to test, though.
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