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Re: system-* tools' ui independence



On Wed, Feb 27, 2008 at 07:59:21PM +0530, Rahul Sundaram wrote:
> People who choose to do the development did it in whatever toolkit and 
> language they preferred. Nothing is stopping you from duplicating that work 
> in whatever toolkit you prefer or even porting Yast to Fedora but writing 
> in one toolkit is not discriminating any desktop environment. It might not 
> be ideal but works fine.
It's probably still worth checking out. 

Worst case after lots of work the UI library forces some crappy subset of
Qt/GTK/text on all the config tools (Inherently such a library will always
limit what you can do with the UI) + extra bloat (since you'll still need
GTK or Qt)

Best case current functionality is kept (for little conversion work), people
get their native UI look and we get a kick-ass text UI as a bonus.

Reality? Something in the middle, I'm sure ;)

-- 
Pekka Pietikainen


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