Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 213879
add more informations in puple (suggest)
Last modified: 2008-04-06 07:35:09 EDT
Last night, i have write a litle enhance to puple. (i editing it at first time
to see howto use the dbus python stuff). i see that GetUpdateInfo function
return a lot of informations, the idea was born.
i'am a newbee with python, so the code may look dirty for you, dont strike ;)
The patches add the folowed enhances:
- add updates informations in the notification.
- add a dialog with detailed infomations for each update.
Created attachment 140267 [details]
Created attachment 140269 [details]
Something like this has been the plan, there just haven't been the round 'tuits
to get to it... I'll try to take a look at it next week in depth. Thanks for
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wouldn't this be obsolete with the move to package manager in rawhide?
Yeah, I close it.