Python / Cool looking applications?
Juergen A. Erhard
jae at ilk.de
Thu Aug 26 12:08:37 CEST 1999
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>>>>> "TMGB" == TMGB <bennettt at am.appstate.edu> writes:
TMGB> In addition to Mr. Clarke's suggestion, seeing that
TMGB> cool-looking is in the eye of the beholder I'll just suggest
TMGB> an implementation you may want to look at. If you are using
TMGB> Linux 5.2 (I'm not sure about other versions) you may want
I assume you mean Red Hat 5.2? You know, there *is* more to life than
just RH... like Debian, for example <0.5 wink>.
I just had to clarify this (as a very satisfied Debian user since
release 1.2 (2.5 years ago))
PS: JAE's Pet Peeve #327: People losing sight of the fact that there
are other Linux distributions than their own.
PPS: This machine here runs potato (the unstable next release of
Debian). Frankly, it seems more stable than some of the "stable"
releases of other distributions out there. ;-)
Jürgen A. Erhard eMail: jae at ilk.de phone: (GERMANY) 0721 27326
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