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Re: dselect thoughts

On Thu, Jan 23 1997 16:01 +1100 Stuart Lamble writes:
> stevegr@neosoft.com (Vociferous Mole) wrote:
> >The existing dselect structure (access, update, select, install,
> >configure, remove) is not bad, and I don't see why we can't just
> >add an alternative select module.
> Well, that's what I was going to do: write an alternative dselect
> with a different select module (basically everything else would've
> been the same.) Based on this, and the other comment about preferring
> the current setup, I think I'll modify dselect to have an alternative
> selection scheme. (Oh, joy...I don't particularly enjoy working with
> C++. :) My C++ tends to be mostly C, with _some_ C++ features - like
> classes.. but definitely none of that cin/out bogosity :)

I agree; if dselect wasn't written in C++ I had taken a look at it...

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