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Re: LYNX-DEV Lynx 2-6RP-color-Mb005

From: Rob Partington - Admin
Subject: Re: LYNX-DEV Lynx 2-6RP-color-Mb005
Date: Thu, 24 Oct 1996 09:56:04 +0100 (BST)

JOHNLIM wrote:
> Rob Partington - Admin <address@hidden> wrote:
>  R(> There'll be binaries of linux-slang-color, linux-ncurses-color,
>  R(> linux-slang-ucolor and linux-ncurses-ucolor up on
>  R(> (-ucolor == Hiram's patch + my character styles patch) hopefully
>  R(> tomorrow morning.
> Yeah, but my link to UK is slow... :( And I also love the multi-bookmarks
> patch by Filip. I can't get the show page while downloading patch to work
> (posted here few days ago), even on a clean Lynx 2-6 source... how do I
> properly download a patch from the archives ? I have to use 'p' since the
> archives return HTML code...

Hopefully I can integrate the multi-bookmarks patch today.

>  > For those who know how to interpret this, here's the error I got for
>  > 'make linux-slang-color' if I mix Rob's colour patch with Hiram's 22/10
>  > LYCurses.h...
>  R(> You can correct this by inserting the line
>  R(> #define getyx(a,y,x) (y=SLsmg_get_row(),x=SLsmg_get_column())
>  R(> just under the sl_suspend function in LYCurses.c
> Was it affected because of your patch ? Could you then update _your_
> patch ? Easier for others :)

afaict it's a problem of the later versions of slang.  The version I have
at home works fine afaict.  But if it is a combination of my patch and
Hiram's, well, I apologise.  :-)  My patch will be updated later today.

Rob Partington / Netlink Sysadmin / address@hidden / 25y048d
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