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Re: SEUL: Re: Project clarification (fwd)

On Thu, 8 Jan 1998, Star's End wrote:

> Actually I read a paper once about incorporating an AI into a shell 
> capable of analyzing the prompt commands and creating menu buttons in
> a toolbar for frequently used ones. Anyone up to the project?
AI nothing, you could do it with a perl script.  All you do is count the
number of times each command is run, then put the top ten into a menu.

> For those who have done kernel code, the above is overly simplified. I
> guess it would be possible to create kernel modules of the entire Xlib,
> but I don't see any point to it. Its configuration would be just as
> difficult, and that is really why everyone complains about X.
You'd be turning Linux into NT.  I think that idea can(without argument)
be stuffed in the "Idiotic Idea" folder....  TTYL!

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