Commit 651c81dd authored by Emanuele Aina's avatar Emanuele Aina

applications: Improve formatting of references to The Manifest

Signed-off-by: Emanuele Aina's avatarEmanuele Aina <>

Differential Revision:
parent 027bccb6
......@@ -282,7 +282,7 @@ way that ensures it cannot be impersonated.
An application has several strings that might reasonably act as its
machine-readable name in the system:
- the name of the application bundle, as discussed in [](#the-manifest) section.
- the name of the application bundle, as discussed in [the Manifest section](#the-manifest).
- the D-Bus well-known name or names taken by the program(s) in the
bundle, for instance via GLib's GApplication interface
......@@ -387,7 +387,7 @@ the following steps:
bundle by a different publisher (in the sense that neither is a
prefix of the other).
- Generate an AppArmor profile for the application based on [](#the-manifest).
- Generate an AppArmor profile for the application based on [the manifest](#the-manifest).
- Generate the application's [](#store-directory).
......@@ -513,7 +513,7 @@ should likely be informed when an application has access to their data
and services.
Application developers will declare the permissions their application
depends on in the [](#the-manifest), and Apertis
depends on in [the manifest](#the-manifest), and Apertis
will allow a user to approve a subset of an application's required
......@@ -780,7 +780,7 @@ or more than one agent.
> All communication with the application store will take place over a
> secure HTTPS connection.
A [](#the-manifest) in this bundle provides
A [manifest](#the-manifest) in this bundle provides
information about the application such as it's user friendly name,
services it needs from the system (such as querying the GPS),
permissions it needs from the user, and the versions of system APIs it
......@@ -1887,7 +1887,7 @@ their root directory, containing important information about the
application, such as its name, icon, and the application's security and
Internet connection requirements.
See [](#the manifest), for more details on what the manifest will
See [](#the-manifest), for more details on what the manifest will
contain and how it will be used.
Libraries may also be included in the application's directory. Apertis
......@@ -1921,7 +1921,7 @@ The `license` directory in the bundle is intended for this kind of
information, and will only be present if license information is required
for the specific application. Files from the license directory should be
made available to the user in some way, but don't necessarily have to be
presented to the user. [](#the-manifest) specifies a
presented to the user. [The manifest](#the-manifest) specifies a
way to require a user to agree to a license.
The following is a sample of what the directory structure for an
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