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Re: Importing tmux into base

On Tue, Feb 8, 2011 at 10:22 AM, Julio Merino 
<> wrote:
> Hello,
> tmux [1] is a GNU screen replacement. ÂIt is BSD-licensed, much easier
> to configure, follows a client/server model (which allows e.g. moving
>I windows across sessions), and has faster scrolling when using vertical
> windows. ÂThese are just to name a few features I have experienced
> myself. ÂAlso, the author is very responsible to any emails sent to
> the tmux mailing list which would help in fixing any issues we might
> experience.
> tmux is in the base system of FreeBSD and OpenBSD, and such a utility
> (well, GNU screen) is in the common toolkit of any administrator. ÂI
> personally find myself installing tmux (or screen) as the very first
> package on any new system, and I am sure I am not alone.
> A quick search shows that the import of tmux into base was discussed a
> while ago [2] but the discussion died early and there was no decision
> made as far as I can tell. ÂSo I am bringing this topic up again:
> What do people think about importing tmux into base?
> (Note that I am not proposing the removal of window(1) just yet. ÂDoing
> that ensures a separate bike^Wdiscussion.)

I like this, I use screen/tmux daily.




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