On Wed, 2009-04-08 at 18:37 -0400, Ignacio Vazquez-Abrams wrote: > > If it's written in python (which yum is), then it should be relatively > > easy to port to Windows compared to C/C++ code. > > yum is, but rpm (which includes rpm-python) is not; that will take > significantly more effort to put in (e.g., Add/Remove integration). I don't think Window's Add/Remove is equipped to handle a bazillion RPMS. Though putting a single "Add/Remove RPMs" entry that starts up gpk-application or something isn't a bad idea. All of which is moot until RPM actually works on Win32...
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