Just that. Click in the title for details and a screenshot.
For the first couple of days, my fingers bloated, and cracked when flexed. But now they are just fine. I never thought your hands could rust!
As for what I am doing, I am looking at package management. I think all GUI package managers suck. Ok, not suck, but I think the whole idea of how they work is wrong.
Now, how exactly would I like it to work? I am not 100% sure yet, and there are obstacles such as no damn docs at all for libapt.
I mean, for chrissakes, how hard is it to add a couple of comments into each function as you go defining them????
Once you do that, use doxygen, kdoc, or whatever, and you get docs. But no, all there is is a few HTML pages (which probably took longer to write) which describe ... THE BACKEND. Oh, sure, that would be useful if I wrote a reimplementation of apt. But who wants to do that?
I'm playing with libapt, to try a couple of ideas about package management.
The conclusion so far:
Yes, it can be used
The author believes docs are for wimps
I am lucky there is synaptic, which has a decent wrapper
Excuse me, I have to go polish my chrome!
Drop by, if you want.