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The application I'm developing using Quickly would benefit from nautilus extension I'm planning on writing for the occasion. The question is: how do I tell quickly to include this extension in the final package, and how do I specify the right location to install this extension to?

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@tachyons your comment leads to the conclusion that I must develop the nautilus extension as a separate application, and then set the dependency accordingly on the main app. Of course this could solve my problem, but this is not the solution I'm looking for. I really want the nautilus extension to be shipped with the main app. – Phoenix87 Jul 3 '12 at 11:03
Do you know which folder you want the extension files to end up in? – 8128 Jul 8 '12 at 20:37
@fluteflute I guess so. In this particular case the extension is targeted to the last development series of nautilus, and there are of course well defined locations (local and system-wide) for its extensions. – Phoenix87 Jul 9 '12 at 20:58
As the nautilus extension in question is not in the standard repositories, I vote to repoen tachyons question. – con-f-use Aug 18 '12 at 14:43

Use the command quickly configure dependencies <dependency>

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