El lun, 10-03-2008 a las 18:00 +0100, Michael Banck escribió: > Hi, > > On Mon, Mar 10, 2008 at 05:40:16PM +0100, José L. Redrejo Rodríguez wrote: > > Package: wnpp > > Severity: wishlist > > Owner: José L. Redrejo Rodríguez <firstname.lastname@example.org> > > > > Package name : aptlinex > > Version : 2.0 > > Upstream Authors : Daniel Campos <email@example.com> & José L. Redrejo > > Rodríguez <firstname.lastname@example.org> > > URL : http://gata.linex.org/trac/browser/aptlinex > > License : GPL > > Description : Web browser addon to install Debian packages with a > > click > > > > This addon allows installing Debian packages from iceweasel, firefox, > > opera or konqueror just clicking on a web link. > > For this to work, links need to have an url beginning with apt:// > > This package does not install the packages or download them from the > > web sites, it just launches apt, passing the package name to install as > > a parameter to apt. > > Some screenshots to see how it works are available at > > http://gambas.gnulinex.org/linexapt/ > > This is very interesting! However, from that spanish screenshots, it is > not totally clear to me how this works. I see a download progress bar, > is this part of aptlinex, or already some other application? Did you > consider using gdebi for installation (which has been developped with > installing a single .deb including its dependencies in mind, I think). It was developed before gdebi was in Debian , this application first check if the package is already installed, then ask the user if you want to reinstall or dismiss. If there is a new version it will install it. > > Once deployed in stable, it would be very nice to have apt:// links on > packages.debian.org for easy installation after browsing/searching > through (maybe along with some fancy icon like you see for the > 1-Click-Install from OpenSuse on some blogs). > At linex we have been using it in some wikis with information about games or educational apps (check the url at the "aptéalo" button at http://linexedu.educarex.es/index.php/Matem%C3%A1ticas or http://juegalinex.linex.org/juegawiki/index.php/Armagetron) In fact, my initial idea was combining it with then nice debtags search at http://debtags.alioth.debian.org/ssearch.html . If you also include some screenshot for games, or desktop applications it could be nice for end users. Regards.
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