On Mon, 2006-04-10 at 09:40 -0400, Jeff Spaleta wrote: > I think you are overthinking the problem and coming > up with pretty much the most complicated solution that you can think > of. You don't need an extra layer of code... for some weird ass xml > object that describes how to get an rpm....all you need is drag and > drop support of rpm urls directly. Direct linking to rpms bypasses everything yum does for you. It won't ensure its the latest version of the package, and it won't dep solve. And its not possible to install multiple packages with a single click.
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