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Re: lynx-dev partial display revisited + more toggle patch

From: Bela Lubkin
Subject: Re: lynx-dev partial display revisited + more toggle patch
Date: Sat, 9 May 1998 13:55:16 -0700

T.E.Dickey wrote:

> > before you rush off in different directions, 
> > there was a very intelligent discussion today under "patches for cleanup", 
> > in which AG made the point -- which i agree with -- 
> > that non-Anglophone users are far more likely to recognise `on/off' 
> > than the words to the left of the  =  in command-line switches. 
> > can we please have a proper vote on this?  my vote is for `on/off'. 
> Bela's followup patch does "on" and "off" (I think in addition to "+" and 
> "-").
> I'm about 1/4 through the patches that I have in my backlog, will work on 
> those
> (except for my regular schedule for ncurses) for a couple of days & put up
> a new version for public consumption.  Probably Sunday unless something goes
> amiss.

Nope, sorry.  The latest patch supports "-toggle" (toggle),
"-toggle=[01]" (explicit) and "-toggle[+-]" (explicit).  Adding
"-toggle={on,off}" wouldn't be difficult; Tom, want to do that when you
integrate?  I'm uncomfortable supplying 3rd-generation patches to
non-integrated code.


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