Partial workaround for #7
Upgraders will still have a Sundry app folder in GNOME Shell, which can be removed by manually running something like
dconf reset -f /org/gnome/desktop/app-folders/
The Sundry app folder is at least better than a X-GNOME-Sundry app folder.
New installs and everything else that don't use GNOME app folders won't have a Sundry app folder.
To reproduce the issue with a clean install
Install dconf-editor (this is an app that was previously in the Sundry app folder.)
Save the dconf output from #7 to
old-menus.txt. Remove all the extra line breaks from the apps line.
$ dconf load / < old-menus.txt
You can also install and activate the applications-menu extension to see how the patch works with something that ignores GNOME app-folders.
@klember Are you interested in reviewing this?
If you approve, I'll file for a String Freeze exception.