I installed the mail reader Mutt from cvs - I'm using it to send this message. My previous experience with Mutt was with Redhat RPMs. There are some helper programs normally available, that are used with Mutt - they are actually called by some of the options preinstalled in the Mutt configuration files.
I tried to compile urlview. It is a tiny program that simply extracts URLs from an email message into a list, so that the list can be viewed separately and you can select any of the URLs you might want to look at. When I went to compile it, I get the message I needed either lib rx or regcomp. Somehow I think I have to already have these libraries someplace. They provide handling of regular expressions. I think that Mutt itself would've required them or installed them. How do I find out if I have a library installed from a prevous program? What would it be called? Where is it? How do I need to modify configure or make files so they can use libraries that were installed by Mutt even if I'm compliing a program myself, though not making a package? Am I better off trying to make it a package? -- Josh Kuperman [EMAIL PROTECTED] _______________________________________________ Fink-devel mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/fink-devel