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hicolor-icons and GNOME programs



I'm reviewing dogtail at the moment and noticed that it was owning
%{_datadir}/icons/hicolor.  This hierarchy is owned by
hicolor-icons-theme.  This is required by kdelibs so kde applications
should be safe to install icons without owning the directories.  For
gnome apps, gnome-icon-theme requires hicolor-icon-theme.  However this
doesn't propogate down to libgnome or gtk2.  Instead it propogates
across to nautilus, gtkhtml3, evolution and similar.

What's the proper ownership of directories for a gnome application that
wants to place icons inside of this directory hierarchy?

-Toshio

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