[Date Prev][Date Next] [Thread Prev][Thread Next] [Date Index] [Thread Index]

slrn, new package (news reader)



New package: slrn

Slrn is a threaded news reader that's much faster if you happen
to have a  slow link to your nntp server. Also, I like the user
interface better than tin/trn, but I guess, that's personal.

The related package, tkslrn (which provides a tk/tcl interface
to slrn), is forthcomming.

It is elf mainly because I'm lasy.


Package: slrn
Version: 0.8.4 
Package_Revision: 1
Maintainer: Joost Witteveen <joostje@dds.hacktic.nl>
Description: Threaded News reader (fast for slow links)
 Like all the others a nice full screen textmode user interface.
 It tends to be much faster if you have a slow link to your
 news server: First time you start it it reads the newsgroup file
 (it will tell you how to do this), from then on startup is faster.
 .
 slrn reads news from a news server via NNTP (the Network News 
 Transfer Protocol). This news server must of cource be available.
 It does not need inews (as far as I know)
 .
Recommends: 
Depends: libc5


-rw-r--r--   1 root     root       107010 Jan 11 22:24 slrn-0.8.4-1.deb
-rw-r--r--   1 joost    users        2083 Jan 11 22:28 slrn-0.8.4-1.diff.gz
-rw-r--r--   1 joost    users      380426 Jan 11 22:33 slrn-0.8.4-1.tar.gz
708b427febfe841cc089dfaf227871ca  slrn-0.8.4-1.deb
7cd98774812123944fa557de11c6b336  slrn-0.8.4-1.diff.gz
b75c436692d034a33a99a8118b735d6e  slrn-0.8.4-1.tar.gz


-- 
joost witteveen
            joost@rulcmc.leidenuniv.nl
          joostje@dds.hacktic.nl
--
There's no substitue for reading README's.
(except for using Debian, and typing "dpkg -i package.deb").


Reply to: