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Re: zen and debconf

On Tue, Sep 19, 2000 at 11:39:59PM -0400, Ben Collins wrote:

> > We shouldnt force them to use html, we could do the same thing the
> > current debconf does when it target a web browser (i have to confess i
> > havent tried it though)
> Check it out, it does have flexibility. You can group several questions
> together in a block, which can all be presented to the user on a single
> webpage. The block is set by the package, and is transparent to the UI
> being used (I think the GTK frontend also used to use it).

Sounds like what you really want is XML, not HTML.

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