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Re: Newbie question! Missing libintl...
On 00/03/03 18:14 -0800, David Terrell wrote:
> Install the gettext port. Or better yet, check out the openbsd ftp
> client. It supports tab completion, url downloads and sessions
> (ftp ftp://ftp.openbsd.org/pub/OpenBSD/ and etc), HTTP downloads,
> without an ugly curses interface, annoying "buy our ftpd" messages,
> obnoxious bookmarking, and the like. Seriously. It rules.
Hmm, well I hadn't tried ftp, but you're right! It's pretty
neat. BUT... what I am actually looking for is ncftpput, which as it
turns out, the ncftp package doesn't include anyhow!
I'm after a simple way to push files to an ftp server from a script
(sort of a reverse wget). ncftpput works ok, but I'm open to other
> You'll probably want to compile that package yourself, or better yet
> check out "mg" in -current. It's an emacs clone with most of the
> scripting and all of the non-editor stuff stripped out.
Ok, now you've lost me... :)
I don't have room to CVS the entire src tree (this is a pretty minimal
system), is there any way of getting just the emacs source?
I'm interested in this "mg"... but what's "-current"? I can't find
anything like "mg" in either the 2.6 or snapshot packages
directory. Am I missing something?