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Refresh of Overlapping Windows If you define two windows A and B that overlap, and then alternately scribble on and refresh them, the changes made to the overlapping region under historic curses versions were often not documented precisely. To understand why this is a problem, remember that screen updates are calculated between two representations of the entire display.
The documentation says that when you refresh a window, it is first copied to the virtual screen, and then changes are calculated to update the physical screen and applied to the terminal.
But "copied to" is not very specific, and subtle differences in how copying works can produce different behaviors in the case where two overlapping windows are each being refreshed at unpredictable intervals.
What happens to the overlapping region depends on what wnoutrefresh does with its argument -- what portions of the argument window it copies to the virtual screen.
Some implementations do "change copy", copying down only locations in the window that have changed or been marked changed with wtouchln and friends.
Some implementations do "entire copy", copying all window locations to the virtual screen whether or not they have changed. The ncurses library itself has not always been consistent on this score. Due to a bug, versions 1.
For most commercial curses implementations, it is not documented and not known for sure at least not to the ncurses maintainers whether they do change copy or entire copy. The XSI Curses standard barely mentions wnoutrefresh ; the SVr4 documents seem to be describing entire-copy, but it is possible with some effort and straining to read them the other way.
It might therefore be unwise to rely on either behavior in programs that might have to be linked with other curses implementations. Instead, you can do an explicit touchwin before the wnoutrefresh call to guarantee an entire-contents copy anywhere.
The really clean way to handle this is to use the panels library.
Background Erase If you have been using a very old versions of ncurses 1. In newer versions, this is not so. Instead, the attribute of erased blanks is normal unless and until it is modified by the functions bkgdset or wbkgdset. Many extended-level features in fact, almost all features not directly concerned with wide characters and internationalization are also supported.
Also, ncurses meets the XSI requirement that every macro entry point have a corresponding function which may be linked and will be prototype-checked if the macro definition is disabled with undef. The Panels Library The ncurses library by itself provides good support for screen displays in which the windows are tiled non-overlapping.
In the more general case that windows may overlap, you have to use a series of wnoutrefresh calls followed by a doupdateand be careful about the order you do the window refreshes in. It has to be bottom-upwards, otherwise parts of windows that should be obscured will show through.
When your interface design is such that windows may dive deeper into the visibility stack or pop to the top at runtime, the resulting book-keeping can be tedious and difficult to get right.
Hence the panels library. The version documented here is the panel code distributed with ncurses. Note that they must also link the ncurses library with -lncurses. Many linkers are two-pass and will accept either order, but it is still good practice to put -lpanel first and -lncurses second.
A panel object is a window that is implicitly treated as part of a deck including all other panel objects. The deck has an implicit bottom-to-top visibility order.
The panels library includes an update function analogous to refresh that displays all panels in the deck in the proper order to resolve overlaps. The standard window, stdscr, is considered below all panels. Details on the panels functions are available in the man pages.
It then becomes the top of the deck. This will not deallocate the associated window; you have to do that yourself. The new window may be of different size; the panel code will re-compute all overlaps.Using Windows PowerShell scripts to publish to dev and test environments.
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