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Old 10-24-2011, 01:26 AM   #1
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[ncurses] How to duplicate a window and how to handle 'x window' resize?

In ncurses, how to duplicate a window to another process?
I know I can use dupwin in same process, but how to duplicate to another process?

And how to hanndle 'x window' resize event?(putty window max,resize...)

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Could you please explain this inter-process window-duplicating?
Regarding resize: if it doesn't work in putty, then you cannot fix it from your program. Note: It works in dtelnet: in bash: eval $(resize -s 25 80)

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