Hi.

Thank you. It appears to work now in both configurations. Without ncurses, it does not react on keyboard inputs, but neither does the original code which had no dots.


Best Regards,
Christoph-Simon Senjak

On 18.09.2016 14:47, Dave Mielke wrote:
[quoted lines by Christoph-Simon Senjak on 2016/09/18 at 14:06 +0200]

Ok, I found a problem: I compiled it without ncurses support
originally (because you have to give ncurses as explicit dependency
in your nix-shell) and it worked.

With ncurses support, only the dot display is shown, and I think I
have located the problem: [1] says that Newline does a clrtoeol,
which deletes the current line. So addstr("\r\n") will set the cursor
to the beginning of the current line and then delete it. Replacing it
with just "\n" will make it work for me, but I am not sure how that
will be when no ncurses is available.

Please test the attached patch (tty-newline-1.patch) with and without ncurses.



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