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Re: Configuration Tool(s)
> It too has deficiencies: to begin with, its only GUI's are in Qt and
> Java -- but it seems fairly portable, and efforts are already underway
> to write a frontend in some other toolkit.
Bruce himself wrote the code for COAS to run on Gtk. I don't know where
the code is, but you might email him to see what the status is. COAS is
(from what I hear) going to be the 'official' system for Debian, which is a
point in its favor. If we want to be as close to Core compliance as
possible, assuming the Core is influenced by SEUL and Debian relative to
size (as a *theoretical* possibility), then we'd better start chasing COAS.
Erik Walthinsen <email@example.com> - SEUL Project system architect
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