On Tue, Oct 30, 2012 at 8:23 PM, Bill J Gray <pl...@projectpluto.com> wrote:
> Hello all,
>    I have posted a pretty significant update to the Win32a flavor of
> PDCurses:
> http://www.projectpluto.com/win32a.htm
>    In particular,  I fixed some problems caused by the fact that by default,
> the
> Win32a window was user-resizable.  The only other flavor of PDCurses for
> which this
> is true is the X11 one,  and there are plenty of programs out there
> (including most
> of the demo ones) that don't handle user resizing.  In Win32a,  if the user
> resized
> a window and the resulting KEY_RESIZE message wasn't handled,  you could get
> garbage
> or crashes.  I fixed this.
>    But I then made non-user-resizable windows the default.  If you want to
> have
> user resizable windows,  you have to set
> ttytype[0] = 1;

Looks magical. Is it possible to make it a "property of the window" or
more obvious API switch?
anatoly t.

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