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Re: Mutt, slang, and ncurses question
At 11:31 AM 9/21/99 +0200, Marc Espie wrote:
>On Mon, Sep 20, 1999 at 12:32:50PM -0600, Ken wrote:
>> 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 :)
I'm not as confused as curious. I've asked this question a few different
places today and nobody seems to actually know... So what the hell, I
figured if it was good enough for OpenBSD, it was good enough for FreeBSD
and built it with libslang. Interesting that the FreeBSD port defaults to
Failure is not an option- it comes bundled with your Microsoft product.