Dan Nelson <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> In the last episode (Aug 04), Andrew Gould said:
>> --- Scott Oertel <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> > I use midnight commander on a daily basis, can anyone recommend a
>> > better, more lightweight tool then mc?
>> 
>> I would also like to hear recommendations for alternatives to mc that
>> are light weight, work on the command line **and** are either
>> included on the FreeBSD installation CD or would be appropriate
>> additions to the installation CD.
>
> Actually, mc is pretty lightweight if you disable all the options.  Note
> that the dependency on Perl isn't listed in OPTIONS, so you have to
> disable it manually in the port Makefile by setting
> WITHOUT_PERL_MODULES=yes
>
Anyway, for a base system, it's still a bit heavy.  In fact, one can
always do anything with cp/mv....  I believe the base system should
only include the simplest solution, that is, the most fundamental
tools one needs, and without redundancy.

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