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hello everyone,i wanna make an Application with the  interface likes S.u.S.e's YaST or the installation interface of RedHat.i wanna pick a powerful and OO language or lib or Toools, who could give me a suggestion?
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try dialog, it might work, however I don't think any of those things where made with the help of a langauges, I think they where writen from nothing. However, why not write and ask? they would most likly tell you.
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