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tmux patch (was: nvi with split system ncurses)

Hej all,

> Am 16.06.2020 um 13:26 schrieb <adr%SDF.ORG@localhost>:
>>>> is this anyhow related to the tmux build failure i am currently observing?
>>>> ?schnipp?
>>>> checking event.h usability... yes
>>>> checking event.h presence... yes
>>>> checking for event.h... yes
>>>> checking for LIBTINFO... no
>>>> checking for LIBNCURSES... no
>>>> checking for LIBNCURSES... no
>>>> checking for setupterm in -ltinfo... no
>>>> checking for setupterm in -lncurses... no
>>>> checking for setupterm in -lcurses... no
>>>> checking curses.h usability... yes
>>>> checking curses.h presence... yes
>>>> checking for curses.h... yes
>>>> configure: error: "curses not found"
>>>> *** Error code 1
>>>> Stop.
>>>> make[1]: stopped in /hurz/pkgsrc/misc/tmux
>>>> *** Error code 1
>>>> Stop.
>>>> make: stopped in /usr/pkgsrc/misc/tmux
>>>> ?schnappp?
>>>> this happens with and without ncurses installed (on NetBSD 9.99.66).
> Hi,
> I don't use tmux, but it seams it is searching for ncurses|tinfo.
> In NetBSD setupterm is in libterminfo.
> You could patch the configure script to test for setupterm in -lterminfo.
since no one came up with a better solution, i must assume i am the only one using tmux 3.1b on NetBSD.
so, here is what I did, please check - it should not have any effect on other platforms.
I did not figure out how to invoke autoconf in order to patch which should be the correct way in order to submit upstream.


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