Subject: lib/24770: "libcurses" deforms mutt's thread display
To: None <gnats-bugs@gnats.NetBSD.org>
From: Matthias Scheler <email@example.com>
Date: 03/13/2004 23:11:26
>Synopsis: "libcurses" deforms mutt's thread display
>Arrival-Date: Sat Mar 13 22:12:00 UTC 2004
>Release: NetBSD 1.6ZK built from 2004-03-12 sources
Matthias Scheler http://scheler.de/~matthias/
System: NetBSD lyssa.zhadum.de 1.6ZK NetBSD 1.6ZK (LYSSA) #0: Fri Mar 12 15:19:00 CET 2004 firstname.lastname@example.org:/src/sys/compile/LYSSA i386
"mutt" uses ASCII graphics made from special characters to display relations
between messages in an mail thread. This feature works fine under NetBSD 1.6.2
but doesn't work under NetBSD-current. Recompiling "mutt" to use "ncurses"
instead of NetBSD's "curses" fixed the problem. For some strange reasion
it is enough to start a "ncurses" based "mutt" in a XTerm window once and
the "curses" based "mutt" binary will work in that window, too. So my
guess is that it is really a setup problem.
Start "mutt", enter a mail folder which is sorted by thread.
Building "mutt" with "MUTT_USE_NCURSES=YES" avoids the problem.