El mar, 11-03-2008 a las 02:21 +0900, Paul Wise escribió: > On Tue, Mar 11, 2008 at 2:00 AM, Michael Banck <email@example.com> wrote: > > > This is very interesting! However, from that spanish screenshots, it is > > not totally clear to me how this works. > > This feature is also provided by apturl in Ubuntu: > > http://packages.ubuntu.com/hardy/apturl > > apturl seems to use synaptic/gnome-app-install > Yes, they added that feature to Ubuntu right after Guadalinex (andalucia distribution from a region next to Extremadura) added it to their distribution. It was about a year after aptlinex was released in linex. Anyway, aptlinex uses gambas, which has a nice gambas2-gb-gui component that will automatically show a gtk/qt frontend depending on the desktop you're using. I.E: same code, same binary will load qt or gtk libraries to show desktop applications. So this application is a native qt application if you're using konqueror on KDE or a native gtk application if you're using epiphany or iceweasel on Gnome. So I think, adding it to Debian after three years using it in a Debian derivated distribution is a good idea. Cheers. José L.
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