Igor Kovalenko <Igor.Kovalenko@motorola.com> wrote in message
“Steve Munnings, Corman Technologies” wrote:
Dixie Sams <> email@example.com> > wrote in message
news:> 3A8999B4.97FA4FA0@imaginei.com> …
We are converting an existing application to nucrses. Currently, we
working on the menus. We have reviewed the docs on ncurses
the menu section. But, sadly to say we have not succeeded. Does
anyone know of a working example of ncurses menus. We are developing
currently in QNX4 with plans to support NTO2.
yes, we have a product that uses ncurses and menus
Unfortunately, it is a big monster, and is proprietary code, so I cannot
send it to you as an example…
And, I was unable to quickly find any small example programs here…
However, if you are having specific problems, I may be able to help you
Hmm… May be you know then what does it take to handle SIGWINCH in
I’ve tried to let application se more rows when window is resized, but
failed. Attempts to re-create window don’t do anything - still can’t
write beyond initial max row. Attempt to re-init stdscr or create new
screen and switch current with new just get me crashed on random
I wound up doing exec() into myself from sighandler, to allow main() to
re-initialize everything for good >
Sorry Igor, I don’t think our code worries about handling this situation!
I think that it assumes that the screens will be left the same size!
(Therefore, I think that your guess is as good as mine!