Thanks for the responses so far! I'm have no knowledge about libzypp, where it stores its data and what. Generally, libappstreamcore has to parse this appdata.xml file at some point, to make the information available through its Xapian database. As it does not download anything, the appdata.xml file(s) have to be on disc somewhere for it to use. (That's as far as I understood the concept.)
What do you mean by the appdata.xml being "in the repo", is that on my computer somewhere? And generally I need the data not only for installed applications. Muon Discover will only show those applications in the GUI which are contained inside the AppStream files. Thanks again, Lukas El Lunes 02 septiembre 2013 11:43:53 Stephan Kulow escribió: > Am 02.09.2013 10:44, schrieb Adrian Schröter: > > Am Montag, 2. September 2013, 09:47:23 schrieb Michael Andres: > >> On Tuesday 20 August 2013 13:08:48 Lukas Appelhans wrote: > >>> The other thing I wanted to ask about is the availability of Appstream > >>> data > >>> in the opensuse repositories. From what I understood, the distributions > >>> tools should provide this data (the appdata.xml in your case) in > >>> /usr/share/app- info/, but I can only find the categories.xml file > >>> there. > >>> Can anyone help me with this? > >> > >> Adrian, can you help? > > > > Coolo may know more here. > > > > AFAIK it was only additional data for the repository metadata > > so far. > > The appdata.xml is in the repo and I can't see any reason it should be > installed in /usr. It would be pretty static then and not take update > repos into account. > > Greetings, Stephan
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