Re: A semi-annual poke about progress

2003-06-03 Thread Glenn Burkhardt
Are you still sheparding this project? I remembered to look at http://savannah.nongnu.org/projects/nmh I noticed that there are outstanding bugs - I haven't had a chance to look at the reports. Do you need help with them?

Re: A semi-annual poke about progress

2003-06-03 Thread Glenn Burkhardt
Please let's do it!! I've been using nmh-1.1-RC1.tar.gz since Nov 18, 2002. It works. I give it my blessing (for whatever that's worth!). I've forgotten who had put it together and where it's hosted - does anyone remember??

Re: A semi-annual poke about progress

2003-06-03 Thread Ken Hornstein
Are you still sheparding this project? I remembered to look at Rather poorly, but yes (well, I just got back from a two week vacation in Europe). http://savannah.nongnu.org/projects/nmh I noticed that there are outstanding bugs - I haven't had a chance to look at the reports. Do you need

Re: A semi-annual poke about progress

2003-06-03 Thread Ken Hornstein
Hi. Seems like we've had a 1.1 release candidate sitting for a long time. Can we make it a release yet? It would be nice to have something newer than 1.0.4 going into things like Linux distributions. Hm, well ... how about everyone (including me) makes sure what's on the 1.1 branch compiles on

Re: A semi-annual poke about progress

2003-06-03 Thread Jon Steinhart
I have it working on Solaris (albeit an old 2.6) and Linux RH9. Hi. Seems like we've had a 1.1 release candidate sitting for a long time. Can we make it a release yet? It would be nice to have something newer than 1.0.4 going into things like Linux distributions. Hm, well ... how about

Re: A semi-annual poke about progress

2003-06-03 Thread Glenn Burkhardt
On Monday 02 June 2003 04:40 pm, you wrote: Hi. Seems like we've had a 1.1 release candidate sitting for a long time. Can we make it a release yet? It would be nice to have something newer than 1.0.4 going into things like Linux distributions. Hm, well ... how about everyone (including me)

Re: A semi-annual poke about progress

2003-06-03 Thread Neil W Rickert
Glenn Burkhardt [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Clues on what the test for 'broken vi' does are solicited. The vi on some systems (including solaris) returns a non-zero exit status if any command at all failed during the vi session. Presumably this makes sense if vi is running in the background from a