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Re: To partman or not to partman (was Re: release status)

* Nathanael Nerode <neroden@twcny.rr.com> [2004-02-26 01:45]:
| <joeyh@debian.org> wrote:
| >I agree, and deciding one way or the other on partman will help, since
| >we can drop the other one to a low priority and out of memory.
| Well, I think partman rocks.  Notably, a lot of people working on extra 
| architectures and subarchitectures appear to be hoping that partman takes 
| over, because it means that they just have to get libparted support for their 
| architecture, rather than making udebs of various and sundry tools and 
| supporting all their different interfaces in debconf.  I think that's reason 
| enough to switch to it.  Furthermore, it's actually pretty spiffy.  :-)

Hmm. Are we shipping the "normal" architecture based
programs/applets/...(lvm2tools,mac-fidsk,...)  also?


Thorsten Sauter

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