In response to Anton Shterenlikht <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> On 2006 Sep 11, Bill Moran wrote:
> > In response to Norberto Meijome <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> > > Any other related projects to improve the installer? I *KNOW* it isn't
> > > the most
> > > important part of the system, but every bit counts, and I think that
> > > having
> > > both a ncurses and a GUI (non-ncurses ;) )based installer would be quite
> > > nice
> > > and modern. And I'd be definitely happy to help where I can. PC-BSD has
> > > one,
> > > right?
> > The community _is_ aware of the deficiency. It just hasn't completed an
> > acceptable replacement yet. Probably the best known attempt was libh:
> I'm very happy with the installer as it is. I usually use floppies and
> then install via ftp, so I'd prefer to keep the installer as small as
> possible. Maybe even ncurses is not necessary.
One of the goals of libh was to build a library that could display in a
number of different ways: i.e. graphical or curses.
It's possible that libh stalled because their goals were too lofty ...
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