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Re: Request for new port: vifm
- To: ports_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: Request for new port: vifm
- From: Andreas Bihlmaier <andreas_(_dot_)_bihlmaier_(_at_)_gmx_(_dot_)_de>
- Date: Sat, 26 Nov 2005 17:31:35 +0100
Hello ports@ again,
sorry for answering my own mail, but I did some more research:
To make vifm compile you just have to install automake >1.7 (I used 1.9) change
the links in vifm/ to point to
The "patch" I posted before has to be used (still don't know why, older version
of ncurses on openbsd?).
I found about about more niffty features, one is that you can define default
programs for every file type, so vifm will use those programms to open them.
As I said EVERYBODY working with VI[M] and many files should have a look at it,
the ease of use is just impressive.
Since I didn't get any reply so far what could I do to get it adopted as an
Btw, it works (at least) on:
(not on hppa and vax (there is no new enough autoconf :))