Re: Bug#473354: ITP: winhardware -- hardware summary report from a Win32 host
On Sun 30 Mar 08 14:38, Bernd Zeimetz wrote:
>Joel Franco wrote:
>> Package: wnpp
>> Severity: wishlist
>> Owner: Joel Franco <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> * Package name : winhardware
>> Version : 0.0.14
>> Upstream Author : Joel Franco <email@example.com>
>> * URL : Not yet
>> * License : GPL
>> Programming Lang: shell script
>> Description : hardware summary report from a Win32 host
>> Gets the basic hardware report from a Win32 computer including
>> processor, last user, memory, disk, motherboard, network interface card
>> and others. Uses the WMI interface.
>are you going to use wmic and/or winexe for that? Then I'd suggest to
>add teh script to the wmi-client package instead of wasting a full
>package for a single shellscript.
I have no relationship with the wmi-client package nor knows the
mainteiner. To agree with your opinion, i should work close to that
mantainer and this could make the work a lot harder in the mean that i
have to commnuicate with him.
My work is in get just the selected hardware data from the Windows host
and whis is another "layer" of the "how" the communication runs.
Ok, the shell script is small and simple, but this is a simple task :)
I would to hear others opinions about your opinion.