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Re: Parted 2.0 plans

From: Leslie P. Polzer
Subject: Re: Parted 2.0 plans
Date: Sat, 23 Sep 2006 20:13:07 +0200
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Hello Otavio,

You wrote:
I'm not sure if darcs is the best choice here. I like it very much but
one serious problem of it's the lack of permission storage. Every
script will need to be tagged as executable when building the tarball.
From http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel/2006/08/msg00075.html :

> It is a bit annoying, but --set-scripts-executable does the right
> thing in about 97% of cases.  That can be made the default quite
> easily.

Of course, if it is evident that monotone/git/mercurial/anything else is way better, we would use this. Bazaar (old and new) seems to be way inferior to darcs.

  We will most likely receive a 600 GBP donation from the AFFS
                                  ^^^^^^^ how much is it?
I don't know about the current rates, but I guess 750 to 800 USD.

Debian Installer does it. We have a parted_server that has every
command queued there and then when the user ask it, it saves
everything together. Might help here.
Where can we get it?  Will it integrate well?

Also, what about the po4a stuff you added? Do we really need that? Isn't gettext sufficient?

  Best wishes :)


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