Re: Xterm, rxvt, mrxvt, etc....

2007-05-09 Thread Dr. Volker Zell
Thorsten Kampe writes: * Reid Thompson (Tue, 08 May 2007 07:00:45 -0400) Charles Wilson wrote: Sigh. cygwin's rxvt is not broken. It works for me, and about 2000 others. +1 --I have been using cygwin rxvt for several years (Xwin and Win) -- has

Re: Xterm, rxvt, mrxvt, etc....

2007-05-08 Thread Reid Thompson
Charles Wilson wrote: Sigh. cygwin's rxvt is not broken. It works for me, and about 2000 others. +1 --I have been using cygwin rxvt for several years (Xwin and Win) -- has fulfilled every terminal need that I have. kudos to the 'maintainer'??. -- Unsubscribe info:

Re: Xterm, rxvt, mrxvt, etc....

2007-05-08 Thread Thorsten Kampe
* Reid Thompson (Tue, 08 May 2007 07:00:45 -0400) Charles Wilson wrote: Sigh. cygwin's rxvt is not broken. It works for me, and about 2000 others. +1 --I have been using cygwin rxvt for several years (Xwin and Win) -- has fulfilled every terminal need that I have. kudos to the

Re: Xterm, rxvt, mrxvt, etc....

2007-05-07 Thread Gustavo Seabra
Hi all, Thanks a lot to Thomas Dickey, Thorsten Kampe and Charles Wilson for taking time to answer my question. I'm very sorry if it lead to some argument, that has never been my intent. All I wanted to know was something like a side-by-side points, such as I use *1 because it has this

Re: Xterm, rxvt, mrxvt, etc....

2007-05-07 Thread Thomas Dickey
On Mon, 7 May 2007, Gustavo Seabra wrote: Hi all, Thanks a lot to Thomas Dickey, Thorsten Kampe and Charles Wilson for taking time to answer my question. I'm very sorry if it lead to some argument, that has never been my intent. All I wanted to know was something like a side-by-side points,

Re: Xterm, rxvt, mrxvt, etc....

2007-05-07 Thread Charles Wilson
[consolidating two subthreads] Thomas Dickey wrote: Not so fast, Thomas. I did not and do not agree with your previous posts: neither of your messages claimed that upstream rxvt has no maintainer. (If they did, then I would have agreed with that.) Your messages claimed that rxvt had no

Re: Xterm, rxvt, mrxvt, etc....

2007-05-06 Thread Thomas Dickey
On Sat, 5 May 2007, Charles Wilson wrote: The fact is, rxvt upstream is dead, dead, dead. It has shuffled off this mortal coil. Joined the choir invisible. It is an EX-terminal. The terminal is terminal. thanks for agreeing with me. It has no maintainer. Frankly, I prefer rxvt-unicode on

Re: Xterm, rxvt, mrxvt, etc....

2007-05-06 Thread Charles Wilson
Thomas Dickey wrote: On Sat, 5 May 2007, Charles Wilson wrote: The fact is, rxvt upstream is dead, dead, dead. It has shuffled off this mortal coil. Joined the choir invisible. It is an EX-terminal. The terminal is terminal. thanks for agreeing with me. It has no maintainer. Not so

Re: Xterm, rxvt, mrxvt, etc....

2007-05-06 Thread Thomas Dickey
On Sun, 6 May 2007, Charles Wilson wrote: Thomas Dickey wrote: On Sat, 5 May 2007, Charles Wilson wrote: The fact is, rxvt upstream is dead, dead, dead. It has shuffled off this mortal coil. Joined the choir invisible. It is an EX-terminal. The terminal is terminal. thanks for agreeing

Re: Xterm, rxvt, mrxvt, etc....

2007-05-06 Thread Thorsten Kampe
* Thomas Dickey (Sun, 6 May 2007 10:49:23 -0400 (EDT)) On Sun, 6 May 2007, Charles Wilson wrote: Thomas Dickey wrote: On Sat, 5 May 2007, Charles Wilson wrote: The fact is, rxvt upstream is dead, dead, dead. It has shuffled off this mortal coil. Joined the choir invisible. It is an

Re: Xterm, rxvt, mrxvt, etc....

2007-05-06 Thread Thomas Dickey
On Sun, 6 May 2007, Thorsten Kampe wrote: You are confusing things. Quoting you: 'support is relative. There's apparently no X maintainer [...]'. If you don't 'care for the role of cygwin maintainer' then that's obviously nonsense as X is maintained upstream. not at all: X upstream doesn't

Re: Xterm, rxvt, mrxvt, etc....

2007-05-06 Thread Thorsten Kampe
* Thomas Dickey (Sun, 6 May 2007 13:36:31 -0400 (EDT)) On Sun, 6 May 2007, Thorsten Kampe wrote: You are confusing things. Quoting you: 'support is relative. There's apparently no X maintainer [...]'. If you don't 'care for the role of cygwin maintainer' then that's obviously nonsense as X

Xterm, rxvt, mrxvt, etc....

2007-05-05 Thread Gustavo Seabra
Hi all, I just wonder what is the current status of terminals for X in Cygwin. I currently use xterm, but I've seen people using rxvt and mrxvt. Also, I heard that rxvt is actually currently supported in Cygwin, something that xterm apparently isn't. Is anybody using rxvt, mrxvt or

Re: Xterm, rxvt, mrxvt, etc....

2007-05-05 Thread Thomas Dickey
On Sat, 5 May 2007, Gustavo Seabra wrote: Hi all, I just wonder what is the current status of terminals for X in Cygwin. I currently use xterm, but I've seen people using rxvt and mrxvt. Also, I heard that rxvt is actually currently supported in Cygwin, something that xterm apparently

Re: Xterm, rxvt, mrxvt, etc....

2007-05-05 Thread Thorsten Kampe
* Thomas Dickey (Sat, 5 May 2007 10:12:18 -0400 (EDT)) On Sat, 5 May 2007, Gustavo Seabra wrote: I just wonder what is the current status of terminals for X in Cygwin. I currently use xterm, but I've seen people using rxvt and mrxvt. Also, I heard that rxvt is actually currently

Re: Xterm, rxvt, mrxvt, etc....

2007-05-05 Thread Thomas Dickey
On Sat, 5 May 2007, Thorsten Kampe wrote: * Thomas Dickey (Sat, 5 May 2007 10:12:18 -0400 (EDT)) On Sat, 5 May 2007, Gustavo Seabra wrote: I just wonder what is the current status of terminals for X in Cygwin. I currently use xterm, but I've seen people using rxvt and mrxvt. Also, I heard

Re: Xterm, rxvt, mrxvt, etc....

2007-05-05 Thread Charles Wilson
Thomas Dickey wrote: support is relative. There's apparently no X maintainer, so no updated packages. On the other hand, while I respond to xterm issues(*) on this and other lists, I don't recall _ever_ seeing support from rxvt's maintainers on this list. It's a two-way street. I put out a