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f4fe7a0a60073ec0b73372dc8e9929561b8c8afa — Ben Fiedler 2 months ago db1144b
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M content/blog/bundlewrap-first-impressions.md
M content/blog/bundlewrap-first-impressions.md => content/blog/bundlewrap-first-impressions.md +2 -2
@@ 111,7 111,7 @@ Bundlewrap does not require Python to be installed on the managed hosts, and
instead relies on [common
tools](https://docs.bundlewrap.org/guide/installation/#requirements-for-managed-systems).

Privilege escalation must work noninteractively. Since I anyway hate entering
Privilege escalation must work noninteractively. Since I anyway dislike entering
passwords, this not a problem for me. The exact privilege escalation method used
is configurable, so BSDs for example have the option to use `doas` instead of
`sudo` (the default).


@@ 232,7 232,7 @@ shiny".
I really, really, really dislike Python. Mainly because it is interpreted
and dynamically typed, which means that most errors will occur at runtime when
it is too late to fix stuff. Working with Bundlewrap snippets is even worse,
since some variables are passed "automagically", which confuses my poor language
since some variables are passed automagically, which confuses my poor language
server (and `mypy` as well), so any possibility of static type checking is
chucked right out of the window.