GYUM is a UI abomination, but otherwise, it works. I sent in a big
of UI suggestions and reasoning to the GYUM devs and never got a
response - no idea if they plan on fixing the UI to be sane or leaving
it the ugly, unusable mess that it is.
It'd probably be easier to just write a fresh GUI from scratch using the
proper tools, especially if yum 2.1.0 is as easy to wrap as Seth is
Here's a wacky idea, What about using system-config-packages as the
That might be a useful project, hooking s-c-p and yum up together.