On Thu, Jun 10, 2010 at 10:35 PM, Christian Jäger
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Anshul Jain <anshulajain(a)gmail.com> schrieb am 10.06.2010 18:50:
> 2. Package Management through YaST: The Qt
version rocks, but the
> GNOME version simply is sucks.
And please try to get up to date about what's going on in the project before
demanding things that are already in the works. Intensive conceptual work
and development went into the new and improved version of the GNOME package
manager that is in factory. Have you even tried it?
BTW, I was involved in the design of the 'old' package manager that you
dislike so much; my motivation was that I loathe the utterly human-unusable
If the existing YaST package manager module has undergone a change
(and I cannot run Factory as I have only so much space on my laptop),
then more power to you.
Regarding whats wrong with the GTK interface (in 11.2) is the fact
that you need to press two buttons both of which are not close by to
select a package for install. First you need to select the package,
the go to the lower right corner to select to install. I believe that
a simple checkbox beside the package to be installed would be the
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