here's a first standalone version of the UI recorder and player
that I used for profiling the storage UI.
It is quite stupid:
- The recorder records certain UI calls into a recording file (YAML)
- The player intercepts a smaller subset of those calls, and if the
arguments match, supplies the answer from the recording.
It has worked for me to reproduce simple interactions with yast2
host and yast2 timezone. Now let's see if it's actually useful.
Martin Vidner, YaST Team
some days ago, I did a Tumbleweed installation. One noticable change
(since my last fresh install ~2 years ago) was that the installation
summary screen (the screen before the installation starts to modify the
harddisk, installs packages etc.) does no longer show partitioning
OTOH, there's now a separate summary screen listing partitioning changes
directly after the partitioning step, so it's "only" moved, not lost.
Was that an intentional change or an oversight while switching to
(Personally, I'd prefer to have the partitioning summary in the final
summary screen so that I can double-check which partitions get deleted
before hitting the "go!" button.)
> Ich bekomme auch einige Würmer oder mails mit Vieren!
Hier noch ein paar Vieren, extra fuer dich.
[> Jan Hendrik Berlin und David Haller in suse-linux]
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