> > I suppose should write a tn5250rc(5) man page some time.  I should
> > also do tn5250d(1), but I have no idea what that program does.

Right now tn5250d doesn't do too much.  If you want to try it out, run
tn5250d.  It will go into the background as a daemon listening on port
2023.  Point tn5250 or another 5250 emulator at port 2023 of the machine
running tn5250d.
> Okay, there is one outstanding bug.  What I'd like to do is branch off
> the
> development tree and the stable tree and make some releases.  Then Mike
> can
> work on the development tree and I can work on my Gnome/GTK+ front ends
> (which are currently independent of 5250).
> Because of the recent changes, I'll do a 0.16.0pre1 release first, then
> try to back out some of the changes that really belong in the
> development
> line (Well, if any of them present any issues).
> Mike:  Commit all changes and prepare for the worst <g>.

Ok.  I've committed everything already today.  I haven't commited any glib
dependent stuff yet, so now is a good time.


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