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Re: lynx-dev (patch) simplify ifdefing with new USE_MOUSE symbol

From: T.E.Dickey
Subject: Re: lynx-dev (patch) simplify ifdefing with new USE_MOUSE symbol
Date: Sun, 2 Apr 100 14:26:43 -0400 (EDT)

> I was trying to compile without NCURSES symbol defined on DJGPP 
> with pdcurses library. It appears that 
>  LYOptions.o(.text+0x5833):LYOptions.c: undefined reference to `LYsubwindow' 
>  LYForms.o(.text+0x14a0):LYForms.c: undefined reference to `LYsubwindow' 
>  collect2: ld returned 1 exit status 
>  make.exe: *** [lynx] Error 1 
> which means LYsubwindow() defined sometimes with NCURSES||PDCURSES 
> and sometimes with NCURSES... 
> I have no idea what should it be for pdcurses 

I recall trying to change this last year, found some problem with the win32
version (wrong background on the popup menus).

> (it worked for me both with/without LYsubwindow()), 
> I made it compatible with current state 
> so the patch supplied (please apply over my previous one). 
> I also found that no pdcurses.h file shipped with my pdcurses.a (DJGPP), 
> only curses.h, so I comment it out in LYCurses.h 
> but am not sure for other platforms. Proper ifdefing required. 

We rename the curses.h file to pdcurses.h (but not the dll, of course).
Thomas E. Dickey

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