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Thanks for the kind words.No problem :)
Now that I am subscribed to the Fedora Config list I see that there isn't much traffic so can you summarize for us what has and has not been done? Also what we can do to help you?look on the fedora-config-list and you can see some of that discussion there.
I've been rewriting considerable portions of yum with this in mind.
it takes time, b/c I'm trying to keep from making a bunch of the same mistakes and getting rid of the 'download all the headers' requirement that everyone seems to hate.
we are missing since a very long time a true gui *package management tool*
which gives us all the possibilities from
rpm, (rpmbuild), up2date, yum, apt, ...
- add/remove new rhn-sources: yum, apt, dir, ...
- install/update/freshen/remove single/multiple packages via ftp, http, dir, ...
- list/search installed/not-installed packages
i could not find these improvements.
afair in system-config-packages fc2t1 were some new features,
but it seems the these were removed
-- Jason Knight Fedora Core 2 Test 3 *x86_64*
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