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Re: Mutt, slang, and ncurses question



On Mon, Sep 20, 1999 at 12:32:50PM -0600, Ken wrote:
> Greets:
> 
> I run both FreeBSD and OpenBSD boxes.  My preferred MUA is Mutt.  I note
> that the OpenBSD package requires the slang library, while the FreeBSD port
> can utilize either slang or ncurses.  I am curious about which would be
> best to use on one of my FreeBSD boxes and why.  There must be some reason
> OpenBSD utilizes slang and FreeBSD offers a choice?

Yep, no one bothered to provide a mutt with ncurses packages.

It's probably a bad idea anyway, as this would just confuse users :)

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