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Re: reworking the dispatcher, part one



The patches look good.  Ack, and so forth.  Nice to see this code getting
refactored after so long.

Ales Kozumplik <akozumpl redhat com> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> First part of the dispatcher overhaul [1] aims to get it into a shape 
> more suitable for multithreaded UI experiments, that is moving the 
> control of changing the steps into a single place in dispatch.py.
>
> I am fairly happy with how the dispatch() method looks now but
> 1) it can be even simpler once it doesn't have to return back to 
> gtk.main() all the time.
> 2) comments are welcome.
>
> The only change visible to the user with this is that the direct steps 
> that happen before the first screen step are no longer on black 
> background. This is easiest to spot with a GUI kickstart install that 
> has a control window all the time.
>
> I tested:
> - walking through the GUI and ext installs
> - going back and forward several steps in GUI/text
> - doing a complete kickstart installation in GUI
> - doing a complete kickstart installation in cmdline
>
> Ales
>
> [1] https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Anaconda/Features/Rework_dispatch
>
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