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Re: status update for grub 2 developments?

From: Robert Millan
Subject: Re: status update for grub 2 developments?
Date: Mon, 18 Jun 2007 15:32:04 +0200
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On Mon, Jun 18, 2007 at 12:22:47PM +0200, adrian15 wrote:
>     * pause command

How about calling it "read" command, and giving it read-like syntax, to keep
the trend of maintaining some consistency with the GNU cli environment?

> # Short term development
>     * grub-disk scripts

Not sure what you mean with grub-disk scripts.  Do you mean scripts to
generate rescue disks?  If so, then this is already implemented.  Look
at grub-mkrescue in CVS.

(but of course, there's room for improving it)

> >Ideas are welcome where to store this information are also welcome :).
> >We would need to track requirements for features on component level.
> >More automated the better.
> Can we use the bugs system maybe?
> A friend of mine uses trac ( ) and he likes it 
> a lot. I do not know if it fits our needs.

We have a bug system in Savannah, but it's occupied by GRUB Legacy.  I guess
this is why we're not using it?

Oh btw, are we going to ditch GRUB Legacy anytime soon? :-P

Robert Millan

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