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Re: sysutils/nnn: update to 2.4
On 20/03/2019 08:41, Sijmen J. Mulder wrote:
Op wo mrt 20 2019, om 0:55 schreef Roy Marples:
On 19/03/2019 21:13, Sijmen Mulder wrote:
- New 'readline’ option (enabled by default)
Why enabled by default?
a) it's the upstream default ('norl' is a separate target)
c) (I think) readline is a very common package
Completely open to suggestions or other opinions though.
Well, the upstream default for nearly all curses packages is ncurses and
ncurses is a very common package on nearly all OS bar NetBSD and a few
others and yet we have the curses framework that defaults to the system
curses when that is good enough, but also lets the user choose.
I believe we have a similar system for readline/editline and nnn should
follow the same pattern, unless it delves deep into readline and won't
work with anything else.
> b) to facilitate binary package users
I don't understand this at all.
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