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Re: textmode newsreader?

>>>>> In <[🔎] 20001009000105.A7017@gmx.net> 
>>>>>	Niklas Matthies <matthies@gmx.net> wrote:
>> Hello,

>> Is there a textmode (i.e. kterm) newsreader that is capable to properly
>> display postings with japanese encoding?

 Perhaps you can use slrn-ja.

Section: news
Installed-Size: 652
Maintainer: Kikutani Makoto <kikutani@debian.org>
Provides: news-reader
Depends: libc6 (>= 2.1.2), slang1-ja
Suggests: slrnpull
Conflicts: slrn
Architecture: i386
Size: 298658
MD5sum: 9604a3ea1fceff0a2e9040b10ac5f2f0
Filename: dists/woody/main/binary-i386/news/slrn-ja_0.9.6.2-1.deb
Description: threaded news reader (fast for slow links), Japanese version
 Slrn is a threaded news reader with color support that is designed to
 read news fast over slow links.
 Slrn can read news via NNTP or directly from a local news spool.
 Slrn also has GroupLens support.
 Slrn can be heavily customized from its rc file, and even includes a
 built in macro language. There is also support for killfiles and
 article scoring.

or can use gnus, semi-gnus or t-gnus on emacen.

 <ishikawa@linux.or.jp>, <ishikawa@debian.org>, <ishikawa@redhat.com>

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