Re: Some reflections on the future of partman [was: Partman]
On Wed, Jul 21, 2004 at 06:15:46AM +0800, John Summerfield wrote:
> You should always survey the opposition. Anaconda, Red Hat's GPL
> installer, is written in Python. It does both text-mode and graphical
The text-mode code and the graphical code in Anaconda are doubled. It
is as if there are two Anaconda-s -- one for text-mode and another
graphical. In PGI the situation is the same. However in YaST there is
very litle code doubling I think. Moreover YaST is not only an
installer but also a full-featured configurator (it does for SuSE all
that debconf can do for Debian and more).
I don't know the principles of YaST so I can not say whether we can add
to debconf the features that YaST has.