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Re: Time to rethink ifupdown

also sprach Miles Bader <miles.bader@necel.com> [2006.08.24.0334 +0100]:
> Python (and any language that depends on vast amounts of installed
> infrastructure) seems a bit dodgy for a core low-level facility.

It's a great language to develop stuff at a moderate speed.

Also note that much of Debian started out as Perl. I won't compare
the two, but it's basically the same. And there is python-minimal
and I have heard rumours that it will be in base soon.

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