RXVT: Launching the root window/login shell
David A. Cobb
Sun Jun 24 13:38:00 GMT 2001
At 6/23/01 05:21 PM (Saturday), Max Bowsher wrote:
>----- Original Message -----
>From: David A. Cobb <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>To: Max Bowsher <email@example.com>; Cygwin General
>Sent: Saturday, June 23, 2001 2:58 AM
>Subject: Re: RXVT: Launching the root window/login shell
Totally different X, of course. It's all the rage this year! EVERYTHING
"in" has to begin with "X".
> > I don't have any W11 library [last time I looked], I do have an /usr/X11R6
> > library, is that what you meant?
>W11 is included with the rxvt package from cygwin. This is why I say:
Ah. I searched and I definitely don't have any W11 anything - only
/bin/libW11.dll. But I didn't download rxvt source. Maybe I'll do so now
and try to build a version as a "purely Windows" program.
> > >The X stuff seems to be necessary, although it is a bit silly that it is
> > >needed.
>Since the necessary library is included, why REQUIRE a command line option
>to specify its location? Weird.
>It is, of course, entirely possible that your existing /usr/X11R6 could do
>the job - but since W11 comes with rxvt, it might be
>tempting fate to try and use something else!
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