Apparmor has switched from perl to python (version 3.4). Most of the
tools/libraries are written in python. All earlier perl modules have
OTOH, yast is moving towards ruby deprecating python bindings, but still
keeping the perl-bindings.
This leaves the fate of yast-apparmor in a bit unsupported state.
I have tried rubypython, but it supports python version 2.7 only.
Supporting version 3 and above is not in their agenda as yet. Another
ruby module "python" is not actively developed/maintained.
So, I am asking for options on how we can take the development of
One of the options is to create dbus interface between servers_non_y2
and clients. But that would require another process running in the
background for event loop. It comes with it the steps of cleaning up the
process on a exit/kill etc.
Any other ideas? I am pushing for the comeback of python bindings if
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