On Sat, Mar 04, 2000 at 08:37:59PM +0100, Bernd Eckenfels wrote:
> On Sat, Mar 04, 2000 at 02:02:51PM +0100, Klaus Reimer wrote:
> > I am using console-apt since a while and it is working perfectly for
> > me. It has an intuitive and very nice looking interface.
> I second that opinion... we realy need that tool in the distribution and
> have to feature it in every documentation, otherwise we will get very bad
> grates for not impriving our package management gui.
> I am currently looking in some minor points whih can be added to improve
> apt-console, but I dont think those are important to get it back into
i disagree here, i found aptitude much more usable than console-apt, but aptitude also lacks some of console-apt's powerful features, namely keybindings, and clarity. but then again, aptitude has features that i need.
if we could combine console-apt and aptitude, or either one of those could merge the other ones features, we would have a winner!
although, i have to agree, it was wrong to remove console-apt from stable, what was the reason again? (some coredump?)
get a life, get the second one free...