|From:||Pablo Cazallas Gonzÿffffe1lez|
|Subject:||Re: ncurses 5.7 set_field_back problem|
|Date:||Fri, 2 Dec 2011 14:27:20 +0000 (GMT)|
|"I suppose it's possible - though it would be surprising. But it is possible|
to test the idea. Using the "script" program (which is generally available)
you can run your test program in script and capture the "typescript" file.
The "typescript" file contains nonprinting characters. I've a small program
(see ftp://invisible-island.net/ncurses/unmap.zip) "unmap" which can translate
that into all printable text. The "map" program in the same zip-file does
the reverse. For example
unmap <typescript >readable
map <readable >unreadable
slowcat (another zip-file) prints its output slowly on the terminal, e.g.,
Given a typescript file (or its printable equivalent using unmap), I can
study it and see if the blinking characters really should appear (or if
there's a bug to investigate). If you were to send a typescript file in
email, then it should be as an attachment of course - it's very hard to
pick it out of inline mail."
Attached to this email is the typescript file "blink.log", generated with the "script" UNIX command.I just started the test program "blink" (I sent you the code in earlier emails), wrote some text, and exited it.
Hope the typescript file could help you to help me with this issue.
Thanks in advance and best regards,
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