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== Issues with ''emerge'' ==
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For system-dependent parts emerge should rely on the kdewin-installer package
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*make the kdewin-installer work on the commandline and integrate into emerge
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*integrate kdewin-menubuilder
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*test for kdewin-* applications before using them
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== Some more functions that are needed ==
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*find a better solution what to build (accept multiple targets at the commandline like the original emerge does)
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*implement an update command which either updates the installed packages or which updates one package only
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*make two packages possible: 'emerge-bin' and 'emerge-portage'.
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*use another way to update the portage directory in future (rsync or similar)
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== Junior Jobs ==
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=== Add missing documentation ===
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There seem to be tons of options that were added but not yet documented - if someone has nothing to do or if you want to understand emerge better, you should start and document those options. The options are defined in emerge/bin/emerge.py so you should be able to find them easily.
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== Window manager ==
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The idea is to replace the desktop and toolbtaskbar with something based on code from http://bb4win.sourceforge.net.
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[[Category:MS Windows]]
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