Re: I don't want to use xterm, why am I forced to use it any way?
From: Anthony Towns <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: I don't want to use xterm, why am I forced to use it any way?
Date: Tue, 29 Feb 2000 13:16:07 +1000
> Some notes: this isn't needed on all systems, or even a majority of
> systems. Most people who share a single system are actually likely to come
> from a single country; and when they don't, at the very least they're less
> likely to be running X programs anyway (since they'll probably be remote).
> As such, this doesn't need to be a default. Also, starting up an xterm
> isn't *that* speed critical anyway, so a shell script isn't really *that*
> horrible an idea.
You said that this doesn't need to be a default. However, you didn't
say that this should not be a default.
> The attached perl script might be a good way of going about
Thank you, I may be a maintainer of this script. However, I think
terminal emulator alone is an important infrastructure like editor
and pager which is related to native language. I don't need such
a generalized way and I prefer simpler way (though I don't say that
I must not have such a generalized way.)
PS. I will be away and IP-unreachable from tomorrow to March 4th.
Tomohiro KUBOTA <firstname.lastname@example.org>