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Wed, 12 Jan 2005 10:45:28 -0800
I was just educated by hop of EPIC fame that it's common for software
authors to use ncurses for termcap and/or terminfo support, as on BSD
platforms -lncurses is much preferred over -ltermcap.
Seems ldd isn't a very good choice for determining what features
software relies on. My apologies for snapping.
| Jeremy Chadwick jdc at parodius.com |
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On Wed, Jan 12, 2005 at 07:05:53PM +0100, Michael Schroeder wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 11, 2005 at 10:19:36AM -0800, Jeremy Chadwick wrote:
> > I'd like to see all nethack references removed, as they have zero
> > relation to screen. If this isn't acceptable, I'd like to see "nethack
> > off" in .screenrc actually get loaded by screen before attaching to a
> > terminal (i.e. for error messages screen prints out, etc.). I'd even be
> > willing to accept an #ifdef NETHACK_CRUFT around appropriate pieces of
> > code.
> Just #undef NETHACK in config.h.
> > I'd also like to see screen not pad the width of the terminal with
> > spaces. I've seen numerous arguments about this in the past (re:
> > terminfo, termcap, etc.) but all changes I've tried in the past still
> > result in whitespace-padded lines. BCE on/off had no effect.
> It doesn't do this for me. I don't know why screen is doing this in
> your case. Does anybody else on the list have the same problem?
> > NCURSES_NO_PADDING also had no effect.
> No surprise here, as screen doesn't use curses.
> Michael Schroeder address@hidden
Re: (no subject), Raymond Page, 2005/01/11