gnome-main-menu and tracker desktop search engine

Gnome Main Menu supports choosing search engine frontend via /desktop/gnome/applications/main-menu/search_command gConf key. That's neat.

I do not use Beagle but Tracker, so I changed it's value to "tracker-search-tool SEARCH_STRING". Looks good, but there's a showstopper. The Beagle is hardcoded in Main Menu.
There is main_menu_engine_search_available() function in main-menu/src/main-menu-engine.c, that checks for Beagle. If it isn't present, the search item is not shown in main menu, rendering gconf search_command useless.

The simplest possible "solution" is to disable the whole check. See attached patch. ;-)

Tomasz Sterna
Xiaoka Grp.
diff -ur gnome-main-menu/main-menu/src/main-menu-engine.c
---	2007-01-09 19:20:42.000000000 +0100
+++ gnome-main-menu/main-menu/src/main-menu-engine.c	2007-01-09 19:22:37.000000000 +0100
@@ -114,7 +114,7 @@
 main_menu_engine_search_available (MainMenuEngine * engine)
-	const gchar *beagle_home;
+/*	const gchar *beagle_home;
 	gchar *socket_dir;
 	gchar *socket_path;
@@ -157,7 +157,7 @@
 		g_free (remote_storage_dir);
-		/* There's a newline at the end that we want to strip off */
+		* There's a newline at the end that we want to strip off *
 		tmp = strrchr (socket_dir, '\n');
 		if (tmp != NULL)
@@ -185,7 +185,7 @@
 	g_free (socket_path);
 	return TRUE;

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