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Bodhi Linux: Interview with Jeff Hoogland (TechRepublic)

Jack Wallen talks with Jeff Hoogland, one of the Bodhi developers. "What language do you primarily work in when working on Bodhi Linux? The primary language all the new Bodhi tools (and Enlightenment itself) are written in is C. We have three people on the team working towards this end. C is our preferred language because it is both fast and what the EFLs (Enlightenment Foundation Libraries) are written in. Because Bodhi is based on Ubuntu we inherit their many python applications (for better and worse). Myself and one of our other developers take care of all the python and bash coding that comes up as we edit existing system components." LWN looked at Bodhi in March.
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