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SubjectRe: Will 2.6 require Python for any configuration ? (CML2)
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On August 23, 2001 05:55 pm, Disconnect wrote:
> Those are the ways (off the top of my head) to reduce the dependence on
> external tools and still use python. (Although it is one of my favorite
> scripting languages, I agree that it is a bit much just to configure a
> kernel.)

Take a close look at the word "just" in that sentence. Kernel configuration
is not a trivial task at all and it gets less trivial every time Linux gets
more general.

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Daniel
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