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Re: Parted 2.0 plans

From: Otavio Salvador
Subject: Re: Parted 2.0 plans
Date: Sun, 24 Sep 2006 17:00:45 -0300
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"Leslie P. Polzer" <address@hidden> writes:

>> 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.

Anything is inferior to darcs regarting to merging capability.

I like darcs a lot but would be good to you check the current
alternatives. The ones that I know are:

 - git / cogito
 - bzr (bazaar-ng)
 - darcs
 - svn / svk

Personally I prefer bzr, git or darcs. 

There's an interesting read in


Please read and we discuss it later.

>> 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?

It's how d-i uses parted and might be a start code to check.


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

po4a is the way I found to allow people to translate the manpages and
gettext cannot do that.

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