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Re: LYNX-DEV Anyone using the development version of lynx and a mouse?

From: Kari E. Hurtta
Subject: Re: LYNX-DEV Anyone using the development version of lynx and a mouse?
Date: Sat, 24 May 1997 00:19:31 +0300 (EDT)

Michael Ritzert:
> > 
> > >    What other terminals have mouse capabilities that are different from
> > >    xterm?
> > > 
> > > Maybe other vendor specific terminal emulators such as hpterm,
> > > aixterm.
> > well, I don't know for certain, but I can test aixterm (actually hpterm
> > also, but I'm pretty certain that it is incompatible with xterm).
> I forgot to mention dec's terminal emulator and eventually openlook's cmdtool.
> The list of the main vendor's proprietary xterm "replacements" should be 
> fairly 
> complete now. What about SGI ? I never worked with one, so i don't know.

In IRIX there is xwsh.  

(winterm is wrapper, quote from manual page:

     winterm is a shell script that runs an application in a shell window.  It
     uses the environment variable $WINTERM to determine which kind of shell
     window to use.  Terminal emulators supported are xwsh, wsh and xterm.  If
     WINTERM is unset, winterm provides xwsh as a default.  This script is
     used by workspace(1G) and toolchest(1X) when launching applications with
     teletype-style user interfaces.

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