a) I think it would be better to have full pathnames.

b) In my case the fields are really empty.
I tried a bit and it seems they get auto-detected once you have
a .pruneconfig file, even if that is partially empty.
But as this file is only created when the user manually chooses to do so
in the program, I'd still vote to patch the sources to include the
debian standard paths for the programs.


On Fri, 2012-04-06 at 11:46 +0200, Activity Workshop wrote:
> Hi,
> I tried to respond to your bug report for gpsprune, but it seems like
> my mail (see below) was ignored by the bug system.
> I'm not sure how to add my comments, so I'll just forward my mail to
> you instead.
> Thanks,
> activityworkshop
> -------- Original Message -------- 
>                           Subject: 
> gpsprune: set Debian default paths
> for tools used by GpsPrune
>                              Date: 
> Tue, 13 Mar 2012 19:42:27 +0100
>                              From: 
> activityworkshop
> <m...@activityworkshop.net>
>                                To: 
> 660...@bugs.debian.org
> I think the default values are fine as they are.
> The default paths for these three programs in GpsPrune are "gpsbabel", 
> "gnuplot" and "exiftool" respectively.
> If the packages are installed on Debian, then these resolve to 
> /usr/bin/gpsbabel, /usr/bin/gnuplot and /usr/bin/exiftool so everything 
> works automatically.
> I don't see any reason to change these defaults (I presume you expect to 
> see the /usr/bin/ paths explicitly?) as it works fine on Debian as it 
> is, and changing it could potentially break things on non-Debian platforms.

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