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--- Begin Message ---Package: gpsprune Version: 13.3-1 Severity: wishlist Hi. In the menu Settings/Set program paths, one can set the paths where, gpsbabel, gnuplot and exiftool are found. Could you please add a patch, that sets these to the Debian defaults of the paths? (Expected are the paths to the binaries). Cheers, Chris.
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--- Begin Message ---There really is *no* bug. When the field contains just a binary name, then the first binary in $PATH is launched... and this is usually the right one, when the proper packages are installed. I won't use full paths -- assume a local sysadmin wants to override "gnuplot" with his own hacked version -- I won't hijack his decision. Kindly, David -- . ''`. Debian developer | http://wiki.debian.org/DavidPaleino : :' : Linuxer #334216 --|-- http://www.hanskalabs.net/ `. `'` GPG: 1392B174 ----|---- http://deb.li/dapal `- 2BAB C625 4E66 E7B8 450A C3E1 E6AA 9017 1392 B174
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