openSUSE Leap 15.2 desktop file Error: No sufficient Category definition (Categories=Audio;Midi;Qt;)

cat > %{buildroot}%{_datadir}/applications/munt.desktop << EOF
[Desktop Entry]
Name=Munt Roland MT-32 emulator
GenericName=Munt Roland MT-32 emulator
Comment=An emulator of the Roland MT-32, CM-32L and LAPC-I synthesiser modules.

In Factory all fine, but in Leap 15.2

101s] WARNING: ‘/usr/lib/rpm/’ does not exist
101s] WARNING: ‘/usr/lib/rpm/’ does not exist
101s] WARNING: ‘/usr/lib/rpm/’ does not exist
101s] ERROR: No sufficient Category definition: /home/abuild/rpmbuild/BUILDROOT/munt-2.4.1-lp152.85.1.x86_64//usr/share/applications/munt.desktop
101s] Please refer to
101s] Errors in installed desktop file detected. Please refer to

Category “Audio;Midi;Qt;” is correct.

I do not use update-desktop-files, because it is intended for editing an already installed desktop file, but for me I create it myself and can create it correctly initially.
What’s missing or wrong in this desktop file?

A comment, add hicolor-icon-theme to build requies and then won’t need the %{dir} entries for the icons.

Add build requires for update-desktop-files and add the macro;

%suse_update_desktop_file %{name}

I would move the Qt first, update to AudioVideo, like Qt;AudioVideo;Midi;

Thank you. did not know about it.

Explain, please, why?
This is used for editing. the same category. in an already installed file. And if the upstream does not provide this file and I create it myself, then I just need to create the correct file right away. Or am I missing something?

Thank you! s/Audio/AudioVideo/ work.
It turns out that the Audio category is already deprecated and it is proposed to use AudioVideo instead?
It’s strange why the Factory doesn’t report this, and the documentation does not mark Audio as deprecated?
It is very difficult to understand this on your own.

To ensure all is good with the desktop file, but AFAIK assists with the file trigger to update the desktop files now that those macros are gone.

Yes, that’s why it tells you to check the URL… seems the categories are fluid…