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SubjectRe: [kbuild-devel] Re: CML2 design philosophy heads-up
> On 05/18/2001 at 02:44:07 PM wrote:
> >But the real question is whether the old tools have enough value to be
> >worth the effort. What problem are you trying to solve here?
> How about:
> 1. Some of us are perfectly satisfied with the existing tools and don't want
> them to be yanked out from under us.

> 2. Some of us have no interest in Python and don't like being forced to deal
> with installing/upgrading it just for CML2.

Since someone is rewriting CML2 in C that #2 is a non issue. #1 may be a case
of bolting alternative ui's onto the parser

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