wscons for FreeBSD?
gbergling at 0xfce3.net
Thu Oct 27 06:33:51 PDT 2005
I am currently working on project, which refactors a lot of FreeBSDs
While reading a lot of source code and add some code here and there I
came to the idea how useful it whould be to have these changes for other
BSDs and architectures != i386 on FreeBSD.
I saw that OpenBSD and NetBSD use wscons. This whould make things for my
project easier, if we whould have wscons in FreeBSD.
What whould the FreeBSD project think about a ported wscons for FreeBSD?
I know that wscons lags a few things, what we allready have at syscons,
but people arn't forced to use it if they don't want to.
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