Text mode editor with Unicode support Maintained by:thierry@FreeBSD.org Port Added: 25 Dec 2004 15:33:47 License: GPLv3
Mined was the first text mode editor with Unicode support. It now has both
extensive Unicode and CJK support offering many specific features and
covering special cases that other editors are not aware of (like auto-
detection features and automatic handling of terminal variations).
And basically, it is an editor tailored to efficient editing of plain text
documents and programs, with features and interactive behaviour designed
for this purpose.
- Convert NOMANCOMPRESS to NO_MANCOMPRESS to sync with src
Submitted by: N.J. Mann <firstname.lastname@example.org> and Aldis Berjoza
- Early identify port CONFLICTS
Submitted by: Piotr Smyrak <email@example.com>
- Add --no-same-permissions to the EXTRACT_AFTER_ARGS command.
Tijl Coosemans has been reported an issue that when root is extracting from the
tarball, and the tarball contains world writable files
(sysutils/policykit as an example), there is a chance that the files
gets changed by malicious third parties right after the extraction,
which makes it possible to inject code into the package thus compromise
Submitted by: Tijl Coosemans <firstname.lastname@example.org> Xin LI (delphij@)
- Fix some whitespaces
Tested with: exp-run