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Re: Possible Replacements for the system-config-* utilities?

Kelly Miller writes:
> Well, now that F8 is approaching release, I wanted to bring up the
> possibility of updating the configuration utilities again.  I'd be
> willing to work on such a project (fixing the frontend problems so the
> utilities could be used without X, etc.), but I'm not entirely
> familiar with all the options covered by the utilities (for example,
> I've never used the cluster management or bootloader editor systems,
> and I'm not completely familiar with all of the configuration files
> here).  First of all, is there a preferred language for development

If you use gtk2 you get accessibility support pretty much by default.
You also get the opportunity for scripted testing via Dogtail (and/or
LDTP) as these rely on the accessibility framework.


> like this?  I've actually done very little to no Python development
> (though I've done development in similar RAD languages like Ruby, Java
> and C# so I'm familiar with the general concepts), but I'll give it a
> shot in Python if that's preferred.  Secondly, is there a decent
> resource for covering some of the configuration files required by the
> programs?
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