Complete Gnome applications consist of more than just code.
They have online help, are listed on the Gnome panel's
menu, have translations, and have a desktop icon. They
might come with pixmaps as well: a logo for the "about"
dialog, a graphic for a "wizard," or a small icons to help
the user rapidly distinguish menu items or list elements.
This section tells you how to ship some of these files.
Documentation and pixmaps are installed in much the same
way; automake allows you to
install datafiles to arbitrary locations, and you can use
variables defined by configure
to decide where they should go.