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Which source packages contain the source code of the indicated applets?

If the answer is a catch all source package like "gnome-applets", what is name and location of the individual applets within the source package?

Note: I am using 12.04.

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Most of the applets is provided by the packages gnome-panel and gnome-panel-data

apt-get source gnome-panel-data

The exception is applet 2.

Panel 1:

This is the Menu Bar (custom menu) - the code is in the folder gnome-panel-3.4.1/applets/wncklet

Source files: window-menu*

Panel 2:

This is provided by the package indicator-applet-complete

Panel 3:

This is the window list - the code is in the folder gnome-panel-3.4.1/applets/wncklet

Source files: window-list*

Panel 4:

This is the workspace switcher - the code is in the folder gnome-panel-3.4.1/applets/wncklet

Source files: workspace-switcher*

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Thanks, exactly what I was after. So 1, 3, and 4 are all provided by /usr/lib/gnome-panel/4.0/libwnck-applet.so? That explains why I couldn't figure it out. –  Alistair Buxton May 20 '12 at 23:22
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These are most likely in the 'gnome-panel' package. #2 could also be a combination of 'indicator-applet' (or its clones, 'indicator-applet-*') and 'indicator-session'.

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