Michael Meskes writes:
> Now that xterm is a package of its own do we need something like a
> sensible-xterm? I see several packages starting an xterm to so some stuff.
> But what if people start to purge xterm? I also considered switching to
> eterm completely. That's when I discovered thsi problem.
Well, I guess that would be a wrapper with standardized options, as
probably all of these programs do not share all of their options...
I guess that now all programs calling xterm should explicitely depend
on the xterm package ...
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