Re: sensible-browser script ?
>>>>> "Edward" == Edward Betts <email@example.com> writes:
> This would be useful for one of my packages xfig. The only
> problem is that as an X program it can't just run
> sensible-browser and be done with it. sensible-browser can
> either run, lynx or netscape, if it wants lynx it must run
> an xterm, and run lynx inside that.
The appropriate place to make sure BROWSER is actually
sensible-browser is when it is set, not when it is used. It can
be defined so that it is sensible for different environments, as
in BROWSER=netscape, BROWSER=lynx, BROWSER="xterm -e lynx".