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Could you clarify a point? Has the GUI version entirely replaced the
command-line version, or are there cases where the user, or a particular
installation of the system might use one and not the other? If so, you
are certainly justified in including both versions. If the product has
entirely moved to the GUI version, then perhaps you should "cool off"
again, and amalgamate the best parts of both into the new version.