Re: How to call default browser
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Marcin Zajączkowski wrote:
Hi, I have a package where default browser to be used by a program should be defined in a Makefile. There is firefox typed by default, but it's always annoying when an app calls not your preferred browser. There can be default browser defined in Fedora, but how can I call it from a command line (I searched in alternatives, but without success)?
xdg-open from xdg-utils might be useful. You can include a local copy.
Btw, there is no default *graphical* text editor. What do you think could be defined as that?
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