|Subject:||Re: CDK/Ncurses Question (Problem)|
|Date:||Sat, 7 Dec 2013 19:24:28 -0500|
I'd start first by checking if the locale settings differ on the machines,On Sat, Dec 07, 2013 at 10:40:13AM -0500, Marc Smith wrote:
> I have an application that utilizes CDK, and this program is part of a
> larger project that is more like a Linux distribution. The problem is when
> its built on some hosts, the line drawing characters do not all display
> correctly, some corner characters are a caret (^) or a ^@ and the enter key
> does not function correctly.
> Here is a picture of the problem:
> Here is a picture of what it should look like:
> The TUI application itself, and all supporting libraries (ncurses, cdk) are
> built on the same host which is part of a large Makefile that builds and
> packages everything (the application and libraries).
> ncurses 5.7.20081102
> cdk 5.0-20120323
> I'm sure the issue comes from something during the build, but I'm just not
> sure where to start looking. Any ideas or tips would be greatly appreciated.
and if I'm running the same terminal emulator (and same terminal description).
If it's not that simple, I'd build a copy of ncurses with the trace feature
enabled, rebuild cdk using _that_ and collect a trace showing the
screen-updates for the program.
Thomas E. Dickey <address@hidden>
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