cschalle at redhat.com
Thu Nov 7 17:28:46 UTC 2013
The core principle of the installer is that it operates on an application level and not a package level. The current way it determines if something is an application
is by looking for a .desktop file. So in theory you could put a bitchx.desktop file into the bitchx package and it would appear in the installer. That said I don't
think it is generally a bad idea if command line/terminal applications are installed from the command line, but there is no hard policy blocking such applications from making themselves available in the installer.
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From: "Richard Vickery" <richard.vickeryrv at gmail.com>
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Is / was a rather political decision to make BitchX unavailable through this app-market / Software GUI thing? Since having to yum install it, I am beginning to have a negative feeling toward the app market idea; the thought being: what else is being left out?
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