Re: "dselect" replacement team
email@example.com (Jason Gunthorpe) wrote on 11.04.97 in <Pine.A126.96.36.1990410234618.90060Hfirstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Unfortunately that has the negative side effect of influencing how you
> build the new project by making you think in terms of the old. Since Brian
> wants a clean break (and I suggest a very clean break) I would be very
> heasitant to do a indepth analysis of how dpkg works internally.
Umm. Re-inventing the dependency code in dpkg/dselect?
I thought this was about user interfaces. Re-inventing the dependency code
seems to me a really extreme case of stupidity - and that's putting it
No one seems to have pointed out any design flaws in that part of the
code. Prettying it up, doing some fixes, ok - reinventing it, what on