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RE: vim problem with my install, y?

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Danilo Turina 
> Sent: 14 October 2004 14:42
> To: Dave Korn

[  Danilo, you only mailed this to me, but I think it should go to the list
so the information can be archived, and since it's most likely that was what
you meant and it was only an accident ("Reply" instead of "Reply all"?),
I've Cc'd it back in.  ]

> Dave Korn wrote:
> >>-----Original Message-----
> >>From: cygwin-owner On Behalf Of Lane, Frank L
> >>Sent: 13 October 2004 22:47
> > 
> >>Thanks Chris: you nailed it.  TERM was nutc, whatever that's 
> >>supposed to be, 
> > 
> >   It's something done by those Rational Rose perverts[*]:
> > 
> >
> > 
> >     cheers, 
> >       DaveK
> > [*] 

> Notice that the TERM variable is set (and also a "strange" 
> version of sh 
> installed) by Rational Rose only you choose a specific sub-package of 
> Rose (maybe the Model Integrator), if don't install that 
> package, TERM 
> var is not set by Rose setup and the "strange" sh is not installed.
> Ciao,
> 		Danilo

  That's interesting to know: so there's only one part of RR that wants to
run in a unix world.   The term "nutc" refers to the "NuTCracker operating
environment" component, which it seems is a rebadged version of the MKS unix
environment[*], used by RR to support their tools.  This message:

and others referenced from ]

give the recipe for helping the two installations to co-exist.

[*]  MKS:  Mortice Kern Systems, whose unix environment includes an
application compatibility layer and ports of various shells and tools; in
short, it's very much like cygwin, except for a) not being free and b) not
being half as good.
Can't think of a witty .sigline today....

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