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Date:       Fri, 13 Sep 1996 09:11:00 -0400 
From:      "bo (b.) xiao" <xiao@nortel.ca>
To:        chuckr@glue.umd.edu
Cc:        FreeBSD-Ports@freebsd.org
Subject:    re:cxterm 
Message-ID:   <"17432 Fri Sep 13 09:12:06 1996"@bnr.ca> 

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I have run it on my box. There is only one small tweak to get it 
work(a type conflict? Can not recall.). I also have celvis and 
cless. I have only done reading and deleting, not inputting. It 
seems work ok but I have not played with it a lot. Tell me what 
you want. I will do it.

I am a bit tied to work. Otherwise I could have started a Chinese
port collection just like Russian etc.

Bo

In message "cxterm", 'chuckr@glue.umd.edu' writes:

>I need someone who reads/writes Chinese to test a port of cxterm, the
>Chinese version of xterm.  This would just be for functionality, I have
>the code compiling nicely, all the port mechanics like I want them (this
>is David O'Brien's port, modified somewhat).
>
>Any takers?
>
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