Bruce Momjian wrote:
> I checked the use of COLUMNS and it seems bash updates the environment
> variable when a window is resized. I added ioctl(TIOCGWINSZ) if COLUMNS
> isn't set. We already had a call in print.c for detecting the
> number of rows on the screen to determine if the pager should
> be used. Seems COLUMNS should take precedence over ioctl(), right?
Considering that the code to determine the row count is undisputed so far, the
column count detection should work the same. That is, we might not need to
look at COLUMNS at all. Unless there is a use case for overriding the column
count (instead of just turning off the wrapping).
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