bobl at optushome.com.au
Wed Sep 14 03:20:35 CDT 2005
After an underwhelming response to my last query, I dug a little deeper and
while I'm not too familiar with windows code I can't seem to figure out what
is wrong with user.c that gives me my funny display. It would seem that
either bitblt isn't working as advertised or the memory DC isn't being
written properly (or it's not compatible with the display context). Does
--backend=user work under Linux ?
Anyway, before I spend a great deal of time on this, I am prompted to ask how
important is this backend, seeing I have curses working properly. I could
easily make the user backend default to the curses implementation for
compatibility short term. Is there a downside to this? Is this something
that's likely to be deprecated soon ?
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