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Re: ITP nmh 1.5
- From: David Levine <levinedl at acm dot org>
- To: cygwin-apps at cygwin dot com
- Date: Sat, 19 May 2012 10:52:46 -0500
- Subject: Re: ITP nmh 1.5
I verified that none of the nmh files conflict with files of any
other Cygwin package.
> I added "libgdbm4 libncurses10" to "requires" in setup.hint,
> see below.
> In addition, "gdbm", "libgdbm-devel", and "libncurses-devel"
> are needed to build the nmh package. Is there a way to
> specify that?
> Also, "less" is needed to run "make check".
> sdesc: "A capable mail handling system with a command line interface"
> ldesc: "A capable mail handling system with a command line interface.
> Nmh isn't a single comprehensive program. Instead, it consists of
> simple, single-purpose programs for sending, receiving, saving,
> retrieving, and otherwise manipulating email messages. You can freely
> intersperse nmh commands with other shell commands or write custom
> scripts which utilize nmh commands. If you want to use nmh as a true
> email user agent, you'll want to also install xmh to provide a user
> interface for it--nmh only has a command line interface. nmh is
> configured to use less and vim by default but options allow use of
> more and emacs, respectively."
> category: Mail
> requires: libgdbm4 libncurses10