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Authored by: soob on Apr 09, '02 12:45:11AM
I use zsh 4.0.4 and was able to follow the instructions successfully. I have the following function defined in my .zshrc file which allows me to use csh-style setenv to properly set environment variables:
setenv () { export $1=$2 }
and ls .terminfo/v shows a file called vt100-color. I've added
export TERM=vt100-color
to my .zshenv file and made sure new instances have TERM set to vt100-color. Now I just need some way to test. I don't use mutt or lynx and emacs looks the same. Is there some kind of test I can run? I've already got the purdy ls-colors going and midnight commander shows color also, though not as nicely as GLterm. --I must add a caution here... with TERM set to vt100-color, the mouse is no longer able to activate menus in mc using GLterm... commenting out that line brings it back to normal. Thanks, Jim

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