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Re: [Gnu-arch-users] Re: darcs vs tla

From: Brian May
Subject: Re: [Gnu-arch-users] Re: darcs vs tla
Date: Thu, 18 Nov 2004 09:12:22 +1100
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>>>>> "Erik" == Erik de Castro Lopo <address@hidden> writes:

    Erik> The best shell I've found under windows is the one that ships with
    Erik> Msys/MinGW. Its actually an RXVT ported to run as a native windows
    Erik> GUI app. By default it then runs bash with some extra mods to
    Erik> so that C:\Windows\System\ becomes /c/Windows/System.

If there a version of TLA built for Msys/MinGW?

In a project of mine, I use Msys/MinGW for compiling (I need the
latest version of the GCC Ada compiling) but cygwin for TLA.  This
kind of gets messy, and it would be good if I could delete cygwin and
stick with Msys/MinGW.

This would require ssh/sftp for Msys/MinGW too (might exist if I
looked) and a version of vim that can edit DOS text files (might be a
config issue that just requires 30 seconds of my time to fix; however
the cygwin version could do it without any config).
Brian May <address@hidden>

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