Description of problem: there's no way for user to check if desired language support is already installed or it has to be installed (that could be problem while offline etc.).
Steps to Reproduce:
1. run s-c-language
No "installed" flag in the list of languages.
"Installed" flag in the list.
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This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 12 development cycle.
Changing version to '12'.
More information and reason for this action is here:
IMHO this is not a bug because there is a considerable overlap with yum package. Consider this scenario:
1. I install a language XYZ support using s-c-l
2. s-c-l marks a visible flag (e.g. checkbox) in s-c-l for this language XYZ
3. Now using console I remove this language XYZ support (e.g. yum remove @XYZ-support)
Now, until unless yum decides to notify s-c-l about this change, in some way, there is no way to keep track of already installed languages.
Otherwise every time s-c-l starts, it would have to probe/read yum database to decide which language support is installed. This is a kind of overhead for s-c-l every time it starts.
Until there is an event request-notify kind of architecture (or request broker architecture as in CORBA or maybe Dbus) in place, yum will not go on notifying applications, about package changes.
What say you?
yes agree with you naveen
1) this is really out of the scope of the s-c-l
2) even yum also not maintaining list of installed group,
3) if there is any central place where we are keeping this info updated (i.e
manual install/uninstall by user and installed group) then s-c-l can pull that
information while running, but AFAIK there is no such present thing
that's why closing this as a not a bug
it will be nice if we can get such utility from yum.
please reopen if any problem