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Re: [linux-lvm] lvmgui 0.2 release



On Tue, Mar 27, 2001 at 12:23:11PM -0800, Ralph Jennings wrote:
> On Tue, Mar 27, 2001 at 04:02:10AM +0200, Terje Kvernes wrote:
> > Jorg de Jong <jorg de jong ida xs4all nl> writes:
> > > + New Features / Enhancements / Bug Fixes
> > > 
> > > - added images for LV and PV. 
> > > - extend/reduce a VG
> > > - extend/reduce a LV
> > > - added vgscan in menu
> > > - changed File->Rescan to File->Refresh
> > 
> >   sounds cute. I was actually thinking of writing something like this
> >   myself, but can't really decide on what language to do it in. :)
> 
> How about Tcl/Tk?  Quick and easy to learn (a bit C, and Perl combined).
> I picked it up quick by hacking allready made scripts, and I didn't know
> any perl, but I know some C.  And you've got a good one allready made,
> "/usr/src/linux/scripts/kconfig.tk" (might have to do "make xconfig" to
> create it though).  Not as pretty as java, or C, but much faster than C
> to create, and will run on most systems.

	:-P

	Tcl/Tk has got to be the ickiest language I've ever had the
displeasure of writing a program in this side of BASIC.  It combines the
obtuseness of lisp with the execution speed of Javascript.

	Might I humbly suggest Python.  :-) Python is much cleaner than
Tcl/Tk.  You can even use Tcl/Tk from Python without having to write any
Tcl code.  Or, you could use PyGTK or PyGNOME and have a nicer looking
interface.  :-) It's also nearly as fast to develop in as Tcl/TK.  It
has a command line interpreter and a very regular set of rules.

Have fun (if at all possible),
-- 
The best we can hope for concerning the people at large is that they
be properly armed.  -- Alexander Hamilton
-- Eric Hopper (hopper omnifarious mn org http://www.omnifarious.org/~hopper) --

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