oval log -gui
The adaptative nature of the command line interface, which choose dynamically the level of details of its output depending on the number of targets, is generally a source of confusion for the graphic user interface, which relies on those outputs and would prefer a single fixed output format for each command.
For example, for the "oval log" command, should we consider a "-gui" option which switch off the dynamic output and produce something specific for the gui ? Should we implemetn such an option for any command ? Or shoudl we rather focus on giving an API for the gui, so that it does rely on the cli (Command Line Interface) (and incidentally executes a lot more faster...).