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What is tmux's relatinon to OpenBSD?
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Tony Narlock
2015-04-29 15:04:11 UTC
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Tmux users,

What is tmux' relation to OpenBSD? Do they share the same codebase?
Thomas Adam
2015-04-30 15:04:39 UTC
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Post by Tony Narlock
Tmux users,
What is tmux' relation to OpenBSD? Do they share the same codebase?
Tmux was included into OpenBSD base in 2009. Therefore, OpenBSD has
"adopted" it and as such being included in base means OpenBSD are reponsible
for it in terms of distributing it, which happens when new OpenBSD releases
are made.

The portable version uses the same code as this, but slightly adapted to run
on platforms which are not OpenBSD, but tmux is always developed against
OpenBSD.

Does this answer your question?

See: http://undeadly.org/cgi?action=article&sid=20090707041154

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jungle Boogie
2015-04-30 15:24:38 UTC
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Post by Thomas Adam
The portable version uses the same code as this, but slightly adapted to run
on platforms which are not OpenBSD, but tmux is always developed against
OpenBSD.
Any idea when we'll have a new portable version? I see Nicholas is
frequently updating the openBSD tmux via CVS commit emails, but
portable is still from february 2014.
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Thomas Adam
2015-04-30 15:27:26 UTC
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Post by jungle Boogie
Post by Thomas Adam
The portable version uses the same code as this, but slightly adapted to run
on platforms which are not OpenBSD, but tmux is always developed against
OpenBSD.
Any idea when we'll have a new portable version? I see Nicholas is
frequently updating the openBSD tmux via CVS commit emails, but
portable is still from february 2014.
Soon. You can use the master branch of sf anytime you like.

-- Thomas Adam
jungle Boogie
2015-04-30 15:42:49 UTC
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Hi Thomas,
Post by Thomas Adam
Post by jungle Boogie
Post by Thomas Adam
The portable version uses the same code as this, but slightly adapted to run
on platforms which are not OpenBSD, but tmux is always developed against
OpenBSD.
Any idea when we'll have a new portable version? I see Nicholas is
frequently updating the openBSD tmux via CVS commit emails, but
portable is still from february 2014.
Soon. You can use the master branch of sf anytime you like.
Yes, of course but I seem to recall having a hard time with the
dependency on ARM.
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Thomas Adam
2015-05-02 23:33:55 UTC
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Post by jungle Boogie
Yes, of course but I seem to recall having a hard time with the
dependency on ARM.
There is no such thing. What are you referring to?

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jungle Boogie
2015-05-02 23:46:25 UTC
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Post by Thomas Adam
Post by jungle Boogie
Yes, of course but I seem to recall having a hard time with the
dependency on ARM.
There is no such thing. What are you referring to?
I think it was libevent, but I'm compiling that now and then I'll try
the tmux from sourceforge!
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jungle Boogie
2015-05-03 00:00:57 UTC
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Post by Thomas Adam
Post by jungle Boogie
Yes, of course but I seem to recall having a hard time with the
dependency on ARM.
There is no such thing. What are you referring to?
You're right, this time much better! I'm so thankful to have tried
again and now I have tmux from source!

Have a great weekend!
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